HANNOVER MESSE 2018, 23 - 27 April
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Abu Dhabi Ports

Logo Abu Dhabi Ports
Exhibition stand
Hall 3, Stand G14
Topic: Global Business & Markets
Co-exhibitor with
UAE Pavilion

Company Data

Abu Dhabi Ports Company PJSC

P.O. Box 54477
Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Street
End of Mina Road
Abu Dhabi
United Arab Emirates
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Fax: +971 2 6952177


Mr. Paul Gebara
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No. of employees
1.001-10.000 (Status: 2006)

Company profile

Abu Dhabi Ports is the master developer, operator and manager of nine non-oil ports and Khalifa Industrial Zone (Kizad) in the Emirate. Established in 2006 as the maritime trade business enabler, the companys core objective is to facilitate the diversification of the economy. The company offers high quality maritime services at its ports. The flagship Khalifa Port is one of the most advanced deep sea ports in the world and the first semi-automated port in the region. Kizad, located adjacent to Khalifa Port, is its industrial, trade and logistics hub that has attracted global investors.

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The ability to develop and manufacture food products locally will offer companies a significant advantage compared to the cost of importing them. Seen as a key enabling industry in the Abu Dhabi Economic Vision 2030, the market for food products is also driven by the Emirate's high population growth. more

Paper, Printing & Packaging

Energy intensive and high volume water consuming companies in the paper production industry will especially benefit from Kizad's low cost utilities. AVAILABILITY Paper manufacturing processes are also energy intensive and consume a great deal of water. Locations like Kizad with available low cost more

Petrochemical/Chemical Cluster

The Petrochemical/Chemical Cluster will be in close proximity to large scale petrochemical producers supporting a range of downstream processors and chemical manufacturers. CONNECTED With petrochemical and chemical manufacturing processes tending to be energy intensive and requiring raw materials more


trong local demand and Abu Dhabi's low utility costs combine to create a highly attractive opportunity for a primary steel manufacturing company to establish at Kizad. EFFICIENT Steel manufacturers in the Middle East need to be based close to port facilities to enable the import of raw materials. more


Aluminium manufacturing processes tend to be energy intensive with the result that locations able to offer low power costs such as Abu Dhabi are well placed to compete on a global level. COMPETITIVE Consumption of aluminium on a global level has been increasing consistently, reaching 23.5 million more

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