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Nuberg wins $150m UAE chemical plant contract

ABU DHABI, 19 days ago


India-based Nuberg Engineering, a global engineering, procurement and
construction (EPC), fabrication and project Management Company, said that it has
won a contract to set up a $150-million chemical complex for UAE's leading
industrial conglomerate, Al Ghaith Industries.

This will be Nuberg's biggest contract till date in its 19-year history, and the
complex will have two phases, said a statement from the company.

In the first phase, 350-tonnes-per-day (tpd) caustic soda and 60-tpd hydrogen
peroxide plants is set to come up at the Khalifa Industrial Zone (Kizad) in Abu Dhabi,
UAE, it added.

The completion of the project will make Al Ghaith Industries the largest
manufacturer of caustic soda in the UAE, it said.

It will also make Nuberg the largest EPC company in UAE for the chlor alkali
industry, having done three out of the four chlor alkali projects in the UAE already,
said the statement.

AK Tyagi, managing director, Nuberg Engineering, said: This is an overwhelming


endorsement of our leadership in the EPC space for chemical process plants.

We are grateful to the Al Ghaith Industries leadership for continuing to repose faith
in our abilities to provide world class EPC services. This historic day in Nuberg's two
decade old history is sure to act as a catalyst to help us reach new heights of
excellence and innovation, he added.

Ali Hamel, chairman, Al Ghaith Industries , said: This major project is a leap of
growth towards becoming the pivotal catalyst for the Chlor Alkali industry in the
Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region.

It will enable us to become the leader in catering to the increased demand for
caustic soda in the Middle East and Africa as well as create new market
opportunities, he added.

This would be Nuberg's fourth consecutive EPC project for Al Ghaith. The first of
which is set to be commissioned in September 2015, it stated. TradeArabia News
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Nuberg bags Rs 200-crore chemical plant contract from Saudi firm


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NEW DELHI: Noida-based Nuberg Engineering today said it has won a contract worth
Rs 200-crore from Addar Group, a Saudi industrial services firm, to construct
greenfield Sulfolane plant in Saudi Arabia.

The Sulfolane plant project is scheduled to commence during the first quarter of
2017, it said.

"Nuberg has received a contract worth Rs 200 crore from Addar Group to construct
Saudi's first greenfield Sulfolane plant project in Saudi Arabia," Nuberg said in a
statement.

Larsen and Toubro(L&T) is the engineering partner and the US-based GTC
Technologies is the technology partner for the chemical plant project, it said.

Nuberg will manufacture some of the critical equipment to be installed in the plant
at its facility in Gujarat and plans to deploy around 100 employees including
engineers at the project site, it added.

Nuberg Managing Director A K Tyagi said that the company is looking at more such
projects in the near future.

"We are confident that Nuberg's new R&D Centre in Sweden, slated to start
operations by this year, will surely catapult the firm into the big league of EPC
companies and help bag more valuable EPC projects," Tyagi said.

Addar Group Managing Director Khalil Ibrahim Ibn Salamah said: "Nuberg has
consistently displayed extensive knowledge and experience across various other
EPC projects worldwide and we are confident that the team will bring significant
value to the project."

Nuberg is an engineering, procurement, fabrication and construction (EPFC)


company. This is the company's seventh overseas projects bagged in a year.
Noida-based Nuberg Engineering today said it has won a contract worth Rs 200crore from Addar Group, a Saudi industrial services firm, to construct Greenfield
Sulfolane plant in Saudi Arabia.

The Sulfolane plant project is scheduled to commence during the first quarter of
2017, it said.

"Nuberg has received a contract worth Rs 200 crore from Addar Group to construct
Saudi's first Greenfield Sulfolane plant project in Saudi Arabia," Nuberg said in a
statement.

Larsen and Toubro (L&T) is the engineering partner and the US-based GTC
Technologies is the technology partner for the chemical plant project, it said.

Nuberg will manufacture some of the critical equipment to be installed in the plant
at its facility in Gujarat and plans to deploy around 100 employees including
engineers at the project site, it added.

Nuberg Managing Director A K Tyagi said that the company is looking at more such
projects in the near future.

"We are confident that Nuberg's new R&D Centre in Sweden, slated to start
operations by this year, will surely catapult the firm into the big league of EPC
companies and help bag more valuable EPC projects," Tyagi said.

Addar Group Managing Director Khalil Ibrahim Ibn Salamah said: "Nuberg has
consistently displayed extensive knowledge and experience across various other
EPC projects worldwide and we are confident that the team will bring significant
value to the project."

Nuberg is an engineering, procurement, fabrication and construction (EPFC)


company. This is the company's seventh overseas projects bagged in a year.