Dubai – Dubai Cables, known as Ducab, emphasises its product diversity and sustainability at Middle East Electricity 2017. The UAE cable manufacturer spotlights aluminium, fire-performance, and nuclear-grade cables.
Ducab is the UAE-based leading manufacturer of high-quality cables and cabling products owned equally by Abu Dhabi’s Senaat and by Investment Corporation Dubai (ICD).The company is participating in the Middle East Electricity Exhibition and Summit (MEE) 2017, which is being held in Dubai between 14th and 16th February 2017. With a focus on growth, resilience, and sustainability, Ducab’s will showcase its aluminium, fire-performance, and nuclear-grade cables at its MEE 2017 stand.
Mohammed A. Al Mutawa, Ducab’s Chief Commercial Officer said: “Ducab values its association with MEE and this year we are strengthening our support for the leading industry event as a sponsor. Our product innovation positions us as partners in the success of the UAE, particularly when it comes to emerging areas such as Smart Cities and sustainable grids. We look forward to engaging with the broader industry and driving conversations around innovation, and the growing need for safety standards in an increasingly competitive market.”
The cable manufacturer is now bringing the latest industry information on trends, standards and safety specification requirements to MEE by hosting technical seminars on each day of the industry trade show. Sessions will be run by subject experts from Ducab as well as from organisations such as British Approvals Service for Cables (BASEC), the Loss Prevention Certification Board (LPCB), and Trimble (Amtech). These sessions are open to all MEE delegates and visitors and will cover topics such as solar cable challenges, British quality standard awareness, and BASEC fire performance cable types.
Demonstrating its commitment to innovation and consistent growth of its product range for an industry with dynamic and evolving requirements, Ducab is showcasing its leadership in aluminium cables, delivered through its Ducab Aluminium Company (DAC) subsidiary. Situated in Abu Dhabi’s Khalifa City, Ducab Aluminium Company is set to come online at full production capacity of 50,000tpa, and will provide the GCC and MENA region with electrical conductive (EC)-grade aluminium alloy rods and wires in the first phase.