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Scotland’s Emtelle hails ‘transformative’ investment in Abu Dhabi

by Dubaiforum

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EMTELLE, the Hawick-based manufacturer of fibre network technology, has struck a deal build a major facility in Abu Dhabi.

The company declared it will invest around $50 million in the United Arab Emirates plant under a build-to-suit agreement with Khalifa Economic Zones Abu Dhabi, providing a platform to meet growing demand from customers in the Middle East and Asia Pacific.

The investment comes as Emtelle continues to develop its global manufacturing footprint, which includes a new facility across the Atlantic.

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Tony Rogers, chief executive of Emtelle, said: “This agreement marks a transformative day for Emtelle, the Middle East and Asia Pacific and the world. It is a huge statement of intent by Emtelle as we will have the manufacturing space needed to ramp up our capacity.

“In turn, this will significantly shorten supply chains and guarantee both existing and new customers security of supply. This will allow countries across the Middle East and Asia…

Scott Wright

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