Emerson training center in Dhahran set

DHAHRAN - Emerson Process Management, a business of Emerson, broke ground on the site recently for its new technology development, customer training, and project support facility in Dhahran Techno Valley in Saudi Arabia.

  
28 January 2016
DHAHRAN - Emerson Process Management, a business of Emerson, broke ground on the site recently for its new technology development, customer training, and project support facility in Dhahran Techno Valley in Saudi Arabia.

The 11,370-square-meter facility will provide services and support to the oil and gas, mining and other process industries across the Kingdom, equipped with resources and capabilities to develop automation solutions, deliver lifecycle services, and train local talent. It will house offices, training facilities, a service and light manufacturing workshop, and laboratories focused on control systems, flow metering technologies, and research and development. The facility is scheduled for completion in May 2017.

"Emerson is recognized for innovation and continues to lead by investing in engineering and technology development," said Dr. Halim H. Redhwi, chief executive officer of Dhahran Techno Valley. "The new center in Dhahran Techno Valley will help shape the next generation of Saudi talent and bring economic returns for the Kingdom, especially in the petroleum and minerals sector."

"The Emerson Dhahran Techno Valley facility is a testament to the critical importance of Saudi Arabia to Emerson's growth in the Middle East and Africa," said Dave Tredinnick, president of Emerson Process Management Middle East and Africa. "The new facility and our local Saudi organization will lead to greater collaboration between Emerson, local universities, and our customers, and complements our manufacturing capabilities in Jubail."

© The Saudi Gazette 2016

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