“Ducab Group: Contributing 6.6 Billion Dirhams to UAE Economy and Exporting 60% of Products”

Abu Dhabi – Mubasher: The Ducab Group contributes more than 6.6 billion dirhams to the UAE economy, and exports 60% of its products to more than 55 markets. It provides a wide range of world-class solutions for the energy sector, and employs more than 1,400 employees in its factories and offices.

Ducab Group supplies grew by 380 percent for the facilities and integrated solutions sector, while it supplied more than 2,568 kilometers of energy solutions to the sector until the first quarter of 2023, according to Al Khaleej newspaper.

Ducab announced its participation in the World Utilities Conference (WUC 2023which will be hosted by Abu Dhabi from 8 to 10 May.

Mohammed Al Mutawa, CEO of Ducab Group, said: Ducab is committed to supporting national efforts in the areas of environment and sustainability and ensuring the provision of reliable energy supplies. market.

Al-Mutawa pointed out that the growth recorded by the company in terms of cable supplies was the result of long-term strategic relationships with various Ducab customers, which are governed by trust and transparency, in addition to the high quality of Ducab products, which have many advantages that enable them to be the first choice. for clients.

The World Facilities Conference brings together more than 10,000 trade professionals, more than 250 speakers, more than 60 technical and strategy conference sessions, and more than 150 exhibitors from the region and the world are participating in the conference.

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