DOOSAN Portable Power is promoting its wide range of portable compressors that are particularly designed to tackle the harsh environment in the Middle East.
ZAMIL Steel Holding Company has evolved over the years into a one-stop shop for the industrial and energy sectors, supplying not just the buildings to house the facilities but also the structural steel fabrications and process equipment required by some of the massive ventures taking shape in Saudi Arabia.
SIGMA Paints Middle East has seen steady and sustainable growth in 2013 compared to 2012, a trend that it says has continued into this year thanks to its portfolio of new products, its reputation in the market and the success of its marketing strategy.
KICE Construction Equipment has grown immensely over the past two decades, becoming a virtual one-stop shop for machinery required in all stages of readymix concrete production including coolers, mixers and pumps.
PI MACHINERY of Turkey is looking to reinforce its presence in the Saudi market, where it has had a presence for about two decades.
SAUDI BASF, part of the global giant company BASF, continues to be the leading supplier of construction chemicals to striking projects in Saudi Arabia, such as the expansion of the two holy mosques in Makkah and Madinah, King Abdul Aziz International Airport in Jeddah, King Abdullah Economic City, and Maaden aluminium smelter in Ras Al Khair, while
RMD Boards, a division of JRD International, is optimistic of increasing its market share for decorative wall panels, given the increasing focus on sustainability.
ALSTOM Grid, a global leader in high-voltage transmission systems and equipment, recently commissioned the new main control centre for the Gulf Cooperation Council International Authority (GCCIA) power grid network in Dammam, Saudi Arabia. The new centre replaces the old one in Guhnan which is now used for back-up control.
WITH the recent launch of three new, top-of-the-range truck models in the Middle East, Volvo Trucks is looking forward to a year of growth with a projected 20 per cent increase on deliveries across the region in 2014.