ADBIC

AcronymDefinition
ADBICAbu Dhabi Basic Industries Corporation
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He worked for GHC, the parent of ADBIC, before moving to Emirates Steel, where he worked as a production engineer, and later on advanced through a number of positions working his way to vice president of Primary Production, and later on assumed his current position.
Adbic is wholly-owned by the Abu Dhabi government's General Holdings Corporation.
ADH is honored to work with ADBIC in the selection of good investment opportunities and toward the development of Abu Dhabi's plastics conversion industry.
ABU DHABI: Abu Dhabi Basic Industries Corp (ADBIC) and Bahrain's Midal Cables Ltd.
MANAMA: Bahrain's Midal Cables and Abu Dhabi Basic Industries Corporation (ADBIC) have set up a $100 million aluminum rod and conductor plant.
As with the hydrocarbon industry, over the next few years the sector will continue to expand, gas shortages notwithstanding, with both the Mubadala Development Corporation and the Abu Dhabi Basic Industries Corporation (ADBIC), planning to build massive new aluminium plants.
Such a top-down approach has, in fact, already begun in some GCC countries: Saudi Aramco, Sabic and Abu Dhabi Basic Industries Corporation (Adbic) are helping to develop downstream industries by using this method.
Emirates Steel is a direct subsidiary of Abu Dhabi Basic Industries Corporation (Adbic) which is, in turn, wholly-owned by the General Holding Company (GHC).
At a ceremony Engineer Jamal Salem Al Dhaheri, Chief Executive Officer of ADBIC, and Majid Al Ghurair, Chief Executive Officer of Al Ghurair Group of Companies, signed the agreement.
This will be a joint venture with Abu Dhabi Basic Industry Corporation (ADBIC) with 50 per cent ownership for each.
Now, however, a third state-owned firm, Abu Dhabi Basic Industries Company (Adbic), plans to enter the fray.
Project Location: Abu Dhabi Details : Abu Dhabi Basic Industries Corporation (Adbic) and Bahrain's Midal Cables have entered into a joint venture agreement to establish a Dh367 million ($100 million)aluminum rod and conductor plant in Abu Dhabi.