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Old November 4th, 2008, 10:49 AM   #81
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DEWA Supplies Dubai Industrial City with First Power Substation

30 January 2009

DUBAI - Dubai Industrial City, a member of Tatweer Dubai, announced on Wednesday the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has supplied the emirate’s dedicated industrial destination with the first of three 132 kVA substations that are currently under construction to meet the growing demand for energy from its various manufacturing units.

The total investment on the three substations has exceeded Dh400 million.

This is in line with DEWA’s plan to supply Dubai Industrial City with power by building a series of 132 kVA substations along with four substations each with a capacity of 400 kVA.

Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of DEWA, has pointed out that DEWA realizes the importance of the industrial sector and considers Dubai Industrial City as an essential pillar of the economy. Keeping this in mind, DEWA aims to supply these areas with the right capacity and at pre-specified timings, based on a programme that is agreed upon between the developers and factory owners. Al Tayer highlighted DEWA’s strategy in supporting the economic sectors to raise Dubai’s profile. DEWA strives to ensure it provides the necessary power and water requirements, he added.Rashed Al Ansari, Vice-President of Dubai Industrial City, said: “The supply and operation of the first substation is an important milestone and reflects our strong commitment to securing the energy needs of our investors. This has become even more vital with the rising number of investors currently engaged in the construction of various manufacturing facilities/units and factories throughout Dubai Industrial City.

“Once operational, the three substations will together provide a total of 600MW to meet the demand from companies operating across a large section of Dubai Industrial City, especially those that are developing more than one manufacturing facility in our industrial and commercial phases.”

Al Ansari added, “DEWA is playing a timely role in helping us meet our power supply requirements and establishing credibility with our investors.”

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Dubai Industrial City completes land grading in preparation for construction of phase-II

Dubai Industrial City, a member of Tatweer Dubai, today announced the grading work of its 167 million square feet Phase-II development has been completed ahead of schedule, within a record time of eight months.



* United Arab Emirates: Tuesday, March 17 - 2009 at 13:12
* PRESS RELEASE

The grading work, which included the leveling off of land and demarcation of plots, was expedited to help investors commence construction work on respective industrial units.

Rashed Al Ansari, Vice-President of Dubai Industrial City, said: 'We are proud to announce the early completion of grading work for Phase-II. In keeping with our firm commitment to create a vibrant industrial destination, we have initiated appropriate measures to ensure investors gain possession of their designated plots and begin construction work as soon as possible.

'Work on the remaining segments of our project will also proceed as planned, as we streamline our efforts towards establishing a holistic manufacturing destination with the most modern facilities. Prioritising the grading work came in response to clients' desire to have early access to their plots in the second phase of Dubai Industrial City.'

Al Ansari added:

'We expect to have 30 factories operating in Dubai Industrial City by end of 2009, some of them located in the second phase of the project. Our investors have production deadlines and commitment to their own suppliers and consequently we are keen to enable them to commence work on their factories. By meeting their expectation we have validated our sincere endeavour to shape an optimum enabling environment at the industrial township.'

The 560 million square feet Dubai Industrial City is a comprehensive one stop- industrial and commercial destination that provides tenants with a critical competitive advantage in human resources and business operations.

The offerings at Dubai Industrial City include a 2.8 million square feet of open storage yards, three million square feet of warehouses in addition to 64 showrooms, a labour village to accommodate 10,500 tenants, training programmes by Dubai Industrial Academy, as well as four office buildings that are fully operational.

The dedicated industrial destination features six industrial clusters including food and beverage, base metal, mineral products, chemicals, transport equipment and parts, as well as machinery and mechanical equipment.

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Building collapses at Dubai Industrial City



by Elsa Baxter Mar 26, 2009

A building at Dubai Industrial City (DI) collapsed this morning killing three people and seriously injuring another three.

The single-storey glass and aluminium factory, owned by an unnamed investor based at the site, fell down at 6.55am.

The exact cause of the collapse is not yet known, but it has been suggested that strong winds of up to 100kph and hail, which battered the emirate last night, were to blame.

The building was under construction and was 50% complete, a spokesman for DI said.

Dubai Police and Civil Defence and emergency medical teams attended the scene and transferred those with serious injuries to hospital. The extent of their injuries is not yet known, the spokesman said.

A number of other people sustained minor injuries and were treated on site.

“The management of Dubai Industrial City extends its condolences and sympathies to the families of those who died,” he said.

An investigation into the incident will now be conducted by the authorities with the support of the DI management.

Dubai Industrial City, a member of Tatweer, is a development near to the emirate’s new Al Maktoum International Airport, close to the Jebel Ali Free Zone.

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Workers killed as winds batter country



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* Last Updated: March 27. 2009 12:03AM UAE / March 26. 2009 8:03PM GMT

Three labourers were killed at a building site in Dubai on Thursday when the roof of a warehouse under construction was blown off by strong winds and a wall collapsed on top of them. It was the worst of several incidents nationwide caused by violent weather.

The roof was blown off a house in Al Ain, and residents in Sharjah were stranded at home.

Hailstones smashed car windows and driving became treacherous as banks of sand drifted across flooded main roads around the country.

The Al Hili border crossing between Al Ain and Buraimi in Oman remained closed last night because of flooded roads approaching the checkpoint. People crossing the border were diverted to the Mudheef checkpoint, causing long delays.

Sheikh Khalifa, President of the UAE, was briefed on the work being done after the storms and ordered that affected families be helped.

Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed, Deputy Prime Minister of the UAE and the chairman of the Red Crescent Authority (RCA), ordered the charity to provide shelter to families.
Dubai Police said the three workers killed and three others who were seriously injured yesterday morning were inside the warehouse in Dubai Industrial City (DIC) on Emirates Road. “Warehouse walls are made of concrete blocks and they were still working on that wall,” said Major Juma bin Darwish, the director of the rescue department at Dubai Police. “They had not reached the stage of adding columns and frames.”

He said co-workers pulled two of the bodies from the rubble, while the third remained trapped until the police arrived. The three injured men were struck by tumbling blocks.

A spokesman for DIC, a development consisting of warehouses, offices and housing for workers, said the warehouse was part of a partially built factory. “The building was under construction and was 50 per cent complete,” he said.

Heavy rain, hail and strong winds lashed large areas of Dubai yesterday.
Residents in Al Qusais and Deira said they used concrete blocks to stop water seeping into their homes, while traffic built up in several areas of the emirate as motorists slowed to avoid deep water.

The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) was preparing for more flooding and accidents and has stationed extra water pumps around Dubai.

In Al Ain, trees were uprooted, signboards blown down, and satellite dishes and water tanks were ripped off rooftops. A house collapsed after being struck by lightning, WAM reported.

In another case the entire rooftop of a house was blown off. The tenants of two years were not at home at the time.

The Centre of Waste Management in Abu Dhabi announced “a stage of maximum mobilisation” to clean up Al Ain’s storm damage.

Northern parts of the city were “excessively damaged”, said Majed al Mansouri, director of the centre.

“Many low-lying roadways filled with water, impeding traffic into the morning rush hour. Crews from both contractors and Al Ain Municipality worked diligently to clear storm drains and pump water from the roadways.”

In Sharjah, residents were stranded at home as heavy flooding made many roads impassable. The rain continued well into last night in Sharjah. The industrial areas of Abu Shagara and Al Buteena were the worst-affected and officials suspected that drainage systems were inadequate.

A committee to investigate the emirate’s drainage network was set up on Wednesday evening, according to Dr Salah al Haj, the director general of Sharjah Municipality.

The municipality is using up to 60 drainage pumps to clear water from the flooded roads.

The municipality will complete drainage network upgrades at Al Mamzar, Al Nahda, Al Nassiriya and Al Yarmouk, said Abdul Aziz al-Mansoori, the head of the municipality’s health department. Improvements have already been made to networks in Al Qasimiya, Al Ghubaiba, Al Mansoura, Al Falaj, Al Khalidiya and Ramla, he said.

Abu Dhabi was relatively unaffected by the bad weather. Police said hailstones smashed the windows of about 10 cars in Ghantoot, while strong wind blew down several signposts.

“There were no injuries or crashes, only smashing of glass,” said Col Hamad al Shamsi, the director of the traffic and patrols department of the Abu Dhabi Police.

High winds were blamed for several road accidents in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday. One person was severely injured when two cars crashed near Ghantoot bridge. An iron fence surrounding a building under construction in Zayed City collapsed onto several parked cars.

Contributing: Essam al Ghalib, Praveen Menon, Hannen Dajani and Yasin Kakande of The National

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Ahmed Shaaban 27 March 2009

DUBAI - Three workers died and three other suffered injuries after a cement wall of a building under construction collapsed on them at Emirates Road, close to Al Fayah area of Abu Dhabi, on Thursday morning, according to police.

Major Habir Ahmed Atiq, Head of the Rescue Team at Jebel Ali Police Station, said the incident happened around 7am.

“Six labourers of a contracting company here were at work in a warehouse under construction when a new wall that was not properly fixed fell on them,” Major Atiq said.

The Rescue Team of Dubai Police rushed to the scene. Using special equipment, the rescuers fixed the remaining part of the crumpling wall and pulled out the workers trapped in the wreckage. By the time, three of them had died. The police shifted the bodies and the injured to the hospital.

The police said the unstable weather conditions had resulted in some minor road mishaps in the emirate.

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Dubai's RTA starts new bus service

by Neeraj Gangal on Saturday, 18 April 2009

Dubai Industrial City, a member of Tatweer, today announced the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has commenced a regular bus service linking the leading industrial destination with the rest of the Emirate.

In a media release, Eissa Al Dossary, Chief Executive Officer for the Public Transportation Agency at the RTA, confirmed that the daily service (route number F-53), operates from 5:00 am until midnight, directly linking Dubai Industrial City with the rest of Dubai. Buses, arriving in 60-minute intervals, currently travel between Dubai Industrial City and Ibn Batutta Mall on Sheikh Zayed Road with 29 stops in between.

Rashed Al Ansari, Vice-President of Dubai Industrial City, said: “We have thousands of residence in our labour villages and employed across the destination and their numbers are growing. The RTA has taken a timely step to operate a dedicated bus service following an increased demand for public transportation to and from the industrial township.

“The new RTA bus service will eventually serve various locations across Dubai Industrial City including warehouses, and offices to accommodate the increasing number of manufacturing facilities that are currently being built across the city,” Rashed noted.

RTA's Al Dossary added that as part of its overall strategic direction the agency has set up a series of plans and objectives to expand and develop its bus network as it plays a vital role in public transport system in Dubai. “The RTA is working to increase the number of trips conducted by public transport buses by 30% by the year 2020.”

The new bus route is in response to the growing investor interest in Dubai Industrial City, effectively linking the industrial hub with other modes of transportation in the Emirate, and enabling the seamless movement of men and material, the release said.

The 560 million square foot Dubai Industrial City is a comprehensive industrial and commercial destination. Facilities currently offered at Dubai Industrial City include 2.8 million sq. feet of open storage yards, three million square feet of warehouses in addition to 64 showrooms, transPARK end-to-end logistics solutions, , training programmes by Dubai Industrial Academy, as well as four office buildings that are fully operational.

The City is comprised of six industrial clusters including food and beverage, base metal, mineral products, chemicals, transport equipment and parts, as well as machinery and mechanical equipment.

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Road and Transport Authority commences new bus service from Dubai Industrial City

Dubai Industrial City, a member of Tatweer, today announced the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has commenced a regular bus service linking the leading industrial destination with the rest of the Emirate.



* United Arab Emirates: Saturday, April 18 - 2009 at 10:19
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Eissa Al Dossary, Chief Executive Officer for the Public Transportation Agency at the RTA, confirmed that the daily service (route number F-53), operates from 5:00 am until midnight, directly linking Dubai Industrial City with the rest of Dubai. Buses, arriving in 60-minute intervals, currently travel between Dubai Industrial City and Ibn Batutta Mall on Sheikh Zayed Road with 29 stops in between.

Al Dossary added:

'The Agency is dedicated to expanding its network of bus service to areas across Dubai to meet the needs of urban development and population growth across the Emirate. The RTA offers modern and well equipped buses that respond to the needs of the public with special areas inside each bus dedicated to people with special needs, women and children.'

Rashed Al Ansari, Vice-President of Dubai Industrial City, said: 'This is another milestone in the development of public services for our project. We have thousands of residence in our labour villages and employed across the destination and their numbers are growing. The RTA has taken a timely step to operate a dedicated bus service following an increased demand for public transportation to and from the industrial township.

'The new RTA bus service will eventually serve various locations across Dubai Industrial City including warehouses, and offices to accommodate the increasing number of manufacturing facilities that are currently being built across the city,' Rashed noted.

Al Dossary added that as part of its overall strategic direction the agency has set up a series of plans and objectives to expand and develop its bus network as it plays a vital role in public transport system in Dubai. 'The RTA is working to increase the number of trips conducted by public transport buses by 30% by the year 2020.'

The new bus route is in response to the growing investor interest in Dubai Industrial City, effectively linking the industrial hub with other modes of transportation in the Emirate, and enabling the seamless movement of men and material.

The establishment of Dubai Industrial Academy and complementary logistic facilities, including warehouses, open storage yards, showrooms, transPARK and Taasees government services, have further contributed to the increasing number of people visiting the township.

The 560 million square foot Dubai Industrial City is a comprehensive one stop industrial and commercial destination.

Facilities currently offered at Dubai Industrial City include 2.8 million sq. feet of open storage yards, three million square feet of warehouses in addition to 64 showrooms, transPARK end-to-end logistics solutions, , training programmes by Dubai Industrial Academy, as well as four office buildings that are fully operational.

The dedicated industrial destination is comprised of six industrial clusters including food and beverage, base metal, mineral products, chemicals, transport equipment and parts, as well as machinery and mechanical equipment.

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BoB to fund Dubai Industrial City projects

Dubai Industrial City (DI), a member of Tatweer, has entered into a MoU with Bank of Baroda (BoB), a leading international bank, to finance investors across the light and medium industrial hub.

The agreement was signed by Rashed Al Ansari, vice president, Dubai Industrial City and Ashok K. Gupta, chief executive, GCC Operations, Bank of Baroda.

“The agreement is an initiative by Dubai Industrial City to support our clients across our six industrial zones and is a win-win situation that will provide investors with financial facilities to meet their requirements,' said Al Ansari after signing the MoU.

Bank of Baroda is India’s third largest bank and has an extensive network of over 3,000 branches in India and 75 overseas offices in 24 countries.

'The Bank of Baroda has a tremendous amount of experience in industrial financing, both inside and outside the UAE, and the agreement will give the bank access to a diversified portfolio of industrial projects and contribute positively to the growth and expansion of our destination,' he noted.

Dubai Industrial City has more than 500 industrial clients who are actively engaged in building various industrial factories across its six industrial zones, along with commercial free hold properties across the commercial areas of the city.

Gupta said the bank will be able to help DI clients in setting up their projects from the conceptual stage through execution.

He stressed that the bank has a fully fledged Syndication Centre in Dubai and the Centre will cater to the important requirements of companies including arranging and underwriting syndicated loans, buyers and supplier’s credit and bonds/FRNs.

For large projects, the bank will take full responsibility by underwriting and arranging the syndicated loans and leveraging their relationship with other banks to support projects.

Bank of Baroda offers an entire range of products and services, giving DI clients and project financers, access to various financial services including working capital limits, non fund based limits, fixed deposits, remittance services, trade finance related services, treasury services.

Under the agreement, Bank of Baroda will also join DI on road shows through parts of the world where the bank is present and operational, as well as supporting DI through the organisation of meetings with various companies to help attract more clients to the industrial hub.

In the UAE, Bank of Baroda offers full fledged banking services covering various sectors of the economy, including the industrial sector.

It has six branches in Dubai, Deira, Sharjah, Abu Dhabi, Al Ain and Ras-Al- Khaimah and two Electronic Banking Service Units (EBSUs) at Jebel Ali and Mussaffa.
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New factories open in Industrial City

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Published: August 29, 2009, 22:54

Dubai: Dubai Industrial City yesterday said that two new factories have started operating in the City - Capital Industries for the manufacture of pre-cast concrete and MeFab, which specialises in steel fabrication.

The MeFab factory was constructed on a 213,000 square foot plot in the city's Base Metal Zone and manufactures pressure vessels, single and double vault tankers and pressure pipes in steel, metal and stainless steel which are used in marine applications and oil and gas industries. The Capital Industries factory was constructed on a 60,000 square foot plot in the city's Mineral Zone. The facility manufactures pre-cast concrete structures in volumes ranging from 70,000-80,000 cubic metres for a wide range of construction applications including precast columns, beams, half slab and pre-stressed planks.

Rashad Al Ansari, Vice-President of Dubai Industrial City, said: "The growing pace of companies choosing to set up their factories in Dubai Industrial City is testament to the competitive advantage that the destination provides in terms of advanced infrastructure, strategic location, availability of support offerings and innovative services."

"The strategic location of Dubai Industrial City provides our partners with an added advantage given its accessibility to all major road networks and highways as well as its proximity to the Al Maktoum International Airport that is due to be operational by next year. The city is also a 10 minute drive from Jebel Ali Port and Free Zone and is also close to Abu Dhabi," Rashad added.

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Dubai labour camp aims to set new standards

by Andy Sambidge on Tuesday, 03 November 2009


NEW ACCOMMODATION: Inside one of the workers' rooms at the new labour village extension at Dubai Industrial City.

Dubai Industrial City on Tuesday announced it had completed construction work on an extension to its first labour village, in line with new regulations handed down by the UAE's Ministry of Labour.

The labour village which can accommodate up to 14,000 workers is the first of several labour villages planned to meet demand from companies operating out of Dubai Industrial City, as well as firms with operations in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, the company said in a statement.

In June, it was reported that permits required for new workers’ housing in the UAE would not be granted unless accommodation met international labour standards, under a new government crackdown.

Employers owning existing labour accommodation will have until 2014 to upgrade facilities to meet strict criteria set out in a new Ministry of Labour workers’ housing manual, which is likely to force a major shakeup of accommodation within the construction industry.

The latest government initiative to protect workers’ rights and improve accommodation standards followed a series of damning accusations about poor worker conditions within the UAE’s construction sector.

Rashed Al Ansari, vice president of Dubai Industrial City, said: “We are proud to be one of the first to provide socially responsible and cost efficient labour accommodation that is compliant with the new federal regulations as well as international health and safety standards.

"The building of the extension to the current Labour Village has been prompted by the strong demand from companies.”

All the rooms at the labour village are air-conditioned and include community amenities such as supermarkets, shops, mosque, landscaped walkways and gardens, as well as parking areas for buses to transport workers, the company added.

Dedicated playgrounds for football, volleyball, and cricket are also available at the premises, it said.

The 560 million square feet Dubai Industrial City is a one-stop, industrial and commercial destination, including 2.8 million sq ft of open storage yards and three million sq ft of warehouses.

Dubai Industrial City features six dedicated zones for food and beverage, base metal, mineral products, chemicals, transport equipment and parts, as well as machinery and mechanical equipment.

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Industrial City completes build of labour village



by Matt Warnock on Nov 4, 2009

The light and medium manufacturing destination Dubai Industrial City has completed work on the extension to its 14,000-capacity labour village complex.

Comprising 26 buildings, it is the first labour complex in the UAE to comply with stringent Ministry of Labour regulations.

“As the region’s leading industrial destination, we are proud to be one of the first to provide socially responsible and cost efficient labour accommodation that is compliant with the new federal regulations as well as international health and safety standards,” said Dubai Industrial City VP Rashed Al Ansari.

“The building of the extension to the current labour village has been prompted by the strong demand from companies that aim to reinforce their position as responsible employers and demonstrate their commitment to the welfare of their employees.”

The complex is the first of several labour villages planned at Dubai Industrial City – a 560 million square feet industrial and commercial zone of facilities, warehousing, showrooms and offices.

“The labour accommodation is one of the value added facilities and ancillary services we provide to our investors such as logistics, warehousing, office space and industrial training that are central to our competitive advantage,” added Al Ansari.

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