Micro Automation opens new production plant
Dubai, December 4, 2012
Dubai-based Micro Automation Industries, a manufacturer of power protection products, opened a new manufacturing facility in Jebel Ali Free Zone (Jafza) for its range of microprocessor embedded power protection products.
Celebrating its 10th year in Jafza, Micro Automation’s new 1100 sq m manufacturing facility serves as a hub for engineering, prototyping and developing its products.
The company’s products and solutions are classified into four categories namely Powermatic, Genmatic, Voicematic and Datamatic solutions.
Its range of products has grown to over 85 different models conforming to various country specifications and has recently developed an Intelligent Socket Protection Solution, new concept of multiple power protection of electronic and electrical appliances.
“We believe that our dedication to always deliver outstanding and innovative solutions allowed us to endure and grow in the past ten years, guaranteeing our continuous international expansion and success,” said Hazim Al-Hajjaj, managing director of Micro Automation Industries.
“Our unique knowledge in the field of power protection will undoubtedly secure our leadership in the global market in the future when power management products will become extremely dominant.
“Our new manufacturing facility in Jafza serves as a constant effort to be at the forefront in the development and production of power protection technology. We will continue to provide top quality products and services and ensure that our flagship product ‘Powermatic’ continues to be recognised as a leading power protection solution locally and internationally,” he added.
Over the years, Micro Automation was geared toward exporting its products and technical know-how with its semi-finished and finished products being exported in early 2003 and 2005 respectively, Al-Hajjaj noted.
Currently, 67.8 per cent of Micro Automation’s total products account for worldwide, exports excluding GCC countries. Meanwhile, 13 per cent go to Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Kuwait and Qatar with the remaining 19.8 per cent being distributed within the UAE, he said. – TradeArabia News Service
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