• Oman allows firms to hire expats in construction sector


    Oman, in a major move, has regulated the recruitment of expatriate workers for the construction sector and brick factories allowing some companies to hire them only after they meet a set of criteria outlined for the sector, said a report.

  • Asyad group floats tenders for key Oman mixed-use project


    Oman Global Logistics Group (Asyad) has invited bids from leading firms to develop a residential, commercial or mixed-use project on a prime land owned by sultanate's public transport services company Mwasalat in Azaiba region of capital Muscat.

  • Madayn unit in deal to manage Barkha road freight application


    Oman-based Public Establishment for Industrial Estates (Madayn) said its investment unit has signed a partnership agreement with Ibn Al Muallem United Trading to manage and operate Barkha Application dedicated to road freight transportation services.

  • Ecolog, Dutch group in deal for game-changing solution


    Ecolog, a key provider of integrated engineering and construction services in the region, has signed a deal with Dutch group Desolenator to deliver a game-changing solution that harnesses the world's two most abundant resources - sunshine and sea water.

  • Tabreed buys 80pc stake in Emaar cooling unit for $675m

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    UAE-based National Central Cooling Company (Tabreed) said it has reached an agreement with leading developer Emaar Properties to acquire a 80 per cent stake in its Downtown Dubai district cooling business for Dh2.48 billion ($675 million).

  • Emaar donates $27m to fund fighting Covid-19


    Emaar Properties has announced a donation of Dh100 million ($27.2 million) to support the ‘Social Solidarity Fund against Covid-19’ launched by the Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department in Dubai to alleviate the impact of the pandemic.

  • Dewa commissions 8 new substations worth $231m

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    Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) is continuing with its development projects, having commissioned eight new 132/11 kilovolt (kV) substations with a total cost of Dh850 million ($231 million) since the start of the year.

  • Citizens’ Debt Settlement Fund postpones instalment payments


    The Citizens' Debt Settlement Fund has postponed the payment of monthly instalments for three months, starting in April. This comes as part of the country's efforts to support Emiratis during these exceptional circumstances caused by Covid-19 outbreak.

  • Emerson unveils new DataManager software for refiners


    Emerson, a global automation technology and engineering company, has launched its new software, DataManager v8.2, that will help refiners to better secure health, safety of operations and surrounding communities.

  • Grundfos Dubai facility secures Leed Platinum recognition


    Danish pump manufacturer Grundfos said its regional headquarters in Dubai has been awarded the LEED Platinum certification, an internationally recognised mark of excellence for green buildings.

  • Kizad signs $15m deal with India’s largest plastics packager


    Khalifa Industrial Zone Abu Dhabi (Kizad), a leading industrial hub and a subsidiary of Abu Dhabi Ports has signed a Dh55 million ($15million) deal with one of the largest plastics packager of India.

  • Saudi Amlak posts 11pc revenue growth, net income soars


    Saudi Arabia’s leading non-bank real estate lender, Amlak International said its revenue rose 11 per cent to hit SR296 million ($78.5 million), while the group's real estate financing portfolio surged to SR3.2 billion ($892 million).

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