middle east business showcase

Gulf Related is the latest in a growing line of impressive companies rising in the Middle East combining financial acumen and real estate wizardry. Long associated with oil wealth, the region is now producing companies in areas as diverse as technology, education, renewable energy and development. Into that last category comes Gulf-Related, a real estate company based in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the UAE.

In the coming five years, it is believed that Riyadh, the ancient capital city of Saudi Arabia, will become the biggest city in the Middle East after Istanbul, reaching a population of 10 million. The arrival of its metro in 2018 is well timed then, promising to create a far more fluid transport system in this burgeoning city.

The successful diversification of its business portfolio and service offering has made Al Rashed International Shipping Company one of the primary contributors towards the growth being witnessed across the Middle East

The unwavering dedication Emirates Steel has towards producing only the finest quality products also extends to the company’s commitment to health and safety, the environment and energy efficiency

Sitting on top of plentiful reserves of natural gas, Qatargas is the world’s largest producer of liquefied natural gas (LNG) and a shining example of excellence within the energy sector

Avis UAE is so much more than the leading car rental business in the Emirates, built on Avis core values while developing a business model tailor made for its market

The future of Iraq’s oil industry rests not only on international investment, but also creating a skilled local workforce. Chairman, Dr Sarmed Nima, discusses how Al Delma for General Contracting & Training Services is best placed to help make this a reality

Abu Dhabi Aviation (ADA) is the focus for helicopter-based services for the oil industry with capacity to serve government and private requirements across the Emirates and beyond: today it is the most effective as well as the largest operator in the region with MOR services to match

Sohar Aluminium has the world's longest single potline at 1.2 kilometres long: it is contemplating expansion that would triple its existing capacity while continuing to support Oman’s economic and social growth.

The New Port Project Steering Committee is tasked with the design and development of a port to meet the requirements of the Qatar National Vision 2030.

Chief executive officer Marco Neelsen discusses the crucial role KBSP is playing in the development of Bahrain as a centre of trade and economic activity.

Deputy general manager Dr. Ferzat Mercan discusses how this global business plans to build upon all that it has achieved to date. 

SCOP shows how complex engineering projects can be delivered in a challenging environment through innovative contracting.

An engineering company that has made a name for itself in the Middle Eastern oil business by playing it straight.