Taha International Company for Industrial Services has reached an agreement with Ta'ziz Trading and Consulting Company to market Taha's processed aluminium by-products in both the Gulf and international markets.
Additionally, the partnership aims to advance environmentally sustainable practices and technologies to reduce carbon emissions within Taha's operations, prioritising sustainability.
The agreement will enable Taha to benefit from Ta’ziz's expert guidance in enhancing its activities within the local and global aluminium market. The focus is on meeting market demands by delivering high-quality products at competitive prices.
Furthermore, it involves forging robust connections with regional and international companies specialising in eco-friendly aluminium manufacturing processes. This strategic move underscores Taha's commitment to adopting the most environmentally conscious aluminium smelting and export technologies.
Ammar Awachi, CEO of Taha International, said: "This agreement serves as a pivotal step in our efforts to broaden our customer reach and explore new markets. Our key emphasis lies in addressing the requirements of the environmental industry. Notably, our company is actively advancing cooperation plans aimed at managing the entire aluminium value chain, encompassing by-products derived from the aluminium recycling process.”
“Our objective is to advocate their efficient and sustainable utilisation within the industry, effectively mitigating carbon emissions. This commitment firmly aligns with our dedication to social responsibility.”
Mustafa Abdulrahman Salami, Managing Director and one of the founders of Ta'ziz Company, said the signing of the agreement signifies the company's commitment to collaborate with the private sector, in alignment with the objectives outlined in the National Climate Action Plan for Bahrain. This plan stands as one of the primary pillars in the concerted effort to reduce carbon emissions.
Salami said the agreement is designed to strike a harmonious balance between economic growth and environmental preservation, the expansion of international operations and the cultivation of domestic exports. The objective is to facilitate the promotion and global recognition of locally manufactured products and services.--TradeArabia News Service