DUBAL


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DUBALDubai Aluminum Co (United Arab Emirates)
DUBALDriving with Unlawful Blood Alcohol Level
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Vice-chairman Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, shareholder representatives from Investment Corporation of Dubai, the Dubal Holding board, management, and its auditors were present.
The company held its annual general meeting (AGM) under the chairmanship of HH Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai and Minister of Finance, and the chairman of Dubal Holding.
At Dubal (also known as EGA Jebel Ali), the relationship with Jebel Ali Port spans more than 35 years.
Dubal Holding's Board of Directors comprises of Shaikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai and Minister of Finance (Chairman); Saeed Mohammad Ahmad Al Tayer (Vice Chairman); Khalifa Hassan Abdullah Al Daboos (Member); Abdul Wahid Mohammad Al Fahim (Member) and Hilal Khalfan Bin Dhaher (Member).
Progressively evolved from proven Alstom technology, the multi-mode MXL2 retrofit product gives DUBAL the ability to achieve a 1% increase in combined cycle mode efficiency as already proven with a previous implementation of the product in the United Kingdom (South Humber Bank).
This is not the first time that DUBAL 's innovative use of I.
The opportunity presented by these awards to benchmark ourselves against the global aluminium industry is invaluable, and I am extremely proud of our performance," said Abdulla Kalban, president & CEO, Dubal.
DUBAL is currently solely controlled by DUBAL Holding.
Reinforcing the company's acknowledged status as the UAE's industrial flagship and a preferred employer in the region, DUBAL will have a large exhibition stand, where aspirant young UAE Nationals can obtain detailed information about the company and the career opportunities offered.
Abdulla Kalban, president and CEO, DUBAL, received the certificate from UAE Minister of Environment and Water Rashid Ahmad bin Fahad.
The DX+ Technology is an optimised version which is used currently at the Dubal and Emal Phase 1 plants.
Dubal announced yesterday that it had produced 1,014,795 metric tonnes of hot metal in 2011, up from 135,000 metric tonnes per annum when it began production in 1979.