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Perma-Pipe announces new plant in Abu Dhabi

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Perma-Pipe International Holdings, Inc. has announced it has recently opened its largest production facility outside North America in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi in the UAE. The facility was inaugurated by H.E. Sheikh Saeed Bin Tahnoon Al Nahyan on 16 March 2023, in an opening ceremony attended by dignitaries from Abu Dhabi, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar in addition to the group’s President and CEO, David Mansfield and Chairman, Jerry Walker.

To meet the growing demand for the district cooling and oil and gas industries in the Middle East, Perma-Pipe has opened the new 6 ha. factory, fully equipped with technologies to provide the latest environmentally-friendly products. The new facility will offer fabrication and Fusion Bonded Epoxy coating capabilities, and the XTRU-THERM® insulation system, a spray-applied polyurethane foam jacketed with a high-density recycled polyethylene casing, and the PolyTherm® insulation system, a spray-applied polyurethane foam jacketed with fiberglass reinforced plastic.

Saleh Sagr, Sr. Vice President for Perma-Pipe’s MENA region commented, “This new production site opens up many perspectives for Perma-Pipe, the world leader in pre-engineered pre-insulated piping systems. To meet the growing demand in Middle East and North Africa, and also a logistical position to better serve the oil and gas industry in the UAE through its large capacity and an irreproachable product quality.”

David Mansfield, President and CEO commented, "This new development is not specific to the UAE. only. It is an export hub to serve projects all over the world. We now have a factory that is unique with its wide product offerings with the capacity to respond to the growing demand. We have every reason to believe that the demand for clean energy, such as LNG and hydrogen, will continue to grow in the years to come.”

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