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Expo 2020 Dubai opens

After a delay of one year due to the Corona virus pandemic, Expo 2020  Dubai opens on October 1, ready to welcome visitors to the Arab World’s largest global gathering to date. Excitement is building up at the venue and across the UAE, which became the first Arab country to organise this global event when it beat four other countries –...

Expo 2020 reflects `UAE’s progress over 50 years’

The upcoming Expo 2020 Dubai highlights the UAE’s endeavour to build a more optimistic, peacef ...

Expo to create huge economic benefits: Cisco MD

Expo 2020 Dubai is expected to create huge tangible and intangible economic benefits for the emirate ...

Expo 2020 Dubai lines up global talent for opening

An incredible roster of international, regional and home-grown talent is set to perform at Expo 2020 ...





Driving long-term growth in UAE

In the UAE’s drive to diversify its economy, the emirate recently launched Operation 300 billion, an ambitious 10-year programme which aims to boost the industrial sector’s contribution to the economy. The strategy envisages the industrial sector providing AED300bn to GDP by 2031, doubling the contribution of both light and heavy industrial...

Fastest-growing investment state

From its strategic location at global crossroads and strong financial reserves and sovereign wealth ...

Non-oil foreign trade surges to $382bn in 2020

The value of the UAE’s non-oil foreign trade surged to AED1.403 trillion ($382 billion) in 202 ...

UAE’s big boost to private sector jobs

As part of the UAE’s ‘Projects of the 50’ plan, a series of major projects to boos ...

UAE to lead global hydrogen market

The UAE has the foundations and competitive advantages to become one of the largest and lowest cost ...





Emirates Steel supports downstream industries

Emirates Steel, the leading integrated steel manufacturer in the Middle East, said that it strives to maximise its contribution to the UAE’s downstream industries. The company provides this vital sector with 90 per cent of its needs from high-quality and value-added wire rods and heavy sections products. This is part of its effort to support and...

Al Yamamah Steel Q3 revenue up 2.7pc

Al Yamamah Steel Industries has posted revenue of SR406 million ($108 million), for the third quarte ...

SSAB inks pacts for ‘fossil-free’ steel

Leading global steel manufacturer and supplier, SSAB, which announced its latest fossil-free steel v ...

Firm picks Evrell as Chairman after Kjell resigns

The chairman of Swedish steelmaker SSAB, Bengt Kjell, will step down in the wake of recent ownership ...

World crude steel output falls 1.4pc

World crude steel production in August this year decreased by 1.4 per cent year on year (yoy) to 156 ...





GS Valves provide reliable fluid control

Celeros Flow Technology says it offers Copes-Vulcan General Service (GS) valves for reliable and economical fluid control in multiple power and process applications. Suitable for controlling water, steam, gas and most other fluids, Copes-Vulcan GS Valves are ideally suited for non-severe flow control in conventional and nuclear power stations as well as...

Armstrong unveils new line of outdoor pumps

Armstrong Fluid Technology has launched Design Envelope pumps that boast permanent magnet motors whi ...

Masoneilan offers next gen of plant optimisation

We live in a world where supercomputers fit into our pockets, watches measure and track heart rate, ...

Neles unveils new valve range

Neles, one of the leading providers of mission-critical flow control solutions and services for proc ...

Ampo Poyam opens new valve manufacturing plant in KSA

Spain’s Ampo Poyam Valves announced the launch of its new valves manufacturing and servicing p ...





4IR is driving UAE towards ‘a smart industrial sector’

The integration of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) into the UAE’s manufacturing processes is driving the country towards a smart industrial sector, noted Sarah Al Amiri, UAE Minister of State for Advanced Technology. “The integration of 4IR solutions into our value and supply chains is critical to fostering a knowledge- and...

Plug and Play, ADIO team up on IR4.0

Plug and Play, the largest innovation enabler in the world, is set to launch a first-of-its-kind Ind ...

Re-envisioning Industry 4.0

The world has witnessed three waves of industrial revolutions since the 19th century, which are char ...

Honeywell unveils Experion Operator Advisor

Honeywell announced the addition of Operator Advisor to its Experion Highly Augmented Lookahead Oper ...

Industry 4.0 and Industry 5.0 aren’t independent

During the pandemic, the mass adoption of working from home, online shopping, food delivery and virt ...





Bioplastics: solution to waste problems?

Compostable disposable tableware, mulch films that rot on the field or fishing nets that simply disintegrate over time: are bioplastics the solution to waste problems? High hopes are being placed in plastics made from sugar cane, potato starch or other renewable raw materials. Biopolymers are conquering an increasing number of application areas and...

Herman Miller uses ocean plastic in Aeron Chair

As part of Herman Miller’s membership in NextWave Plastics, the company announced that its ent ...

NextWave Plastics

NextWave Plastics is an industry-led, open-source collaboration among leading technology companies a ...

Gas is less affected by policies than coal, finds a study

Growth in natural gas capacity is ‘substantially’ less affected by environmental policie ...

Al Qaryan drives innovation with SAP

Al Qaryan Holding, a leading metal recycling, processing, and trading company, announced it is drivi ...





Global RFID technology market to reach $57.2bn by 2026

Amid the Covid-19 crisis, the global market for Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology estimated at $27.1 billion in the year 2020, is projected to reach a revised size of $57.2 billion by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 13.3 per cent over the analysis period, a new market study published by Global Industry Analysts (GIA) said. RFID is an advanced...

RFID benefits retail, logistics immensly

Denso Wave Europe, member of the Toyota group, has developed and deployed various RFID readers and s ...





Material handling market to reach $127.26bn in 2025

The global material handling market is expected to reach $92.48 billion in 2021 from $83.85 billion in 2020, growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.3 per cent, says a report assessing the global material handling market as it emerges from the Covid-19 shut down.  The market is expected to reach $127.26 billion in 2025, growing at a CAGR...

ICHCA, IVODGA team up on safety issues

The International Cargo Handling Coordination Association (ICHCA) International, representative of g ...

Somiram tests Verlinde’s module

Somiram, an industrial company that maintains and renovates handling equipment, is testing Verlinde& ...

Doosan Bobcat adds new subsidiary

Doosan Bobcat announced a new subsidiary – Doosan Industrial Vehicles (DIV) – following ...

HWH Machines is Arjes partner for CIS countries

HWH Machines, an expert in making construction machinery, offers a large variety of customised machi ...





Experience easy with the BradyPrinter i5300

Set up, switch out and print faster than you ever imagined with the BradyPrinter i5300 Industrial Label Printer. It’s intuitive, auto-calibrating and precise, printing barcodes and small fonts on labels as small as 5,08 mm. With a solid, metal frame construction, it can handle both high-volume and high-mix labeling applications: electronics and...





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