Al Yamuna Densons Expands RAK Facility with AED35 Million Investment

Al Yamuna Densons, a leading Indian manufacturer of power cable joining kits, is setting its sights on regional growth with a significant investment in its Ras Al Khaimah (RAK) facility. The company announced a hefty AED35 million (USD 9.5 million) expansion project that aims to supercharge its operations and solidify its position as a key player in the Middle East market.

This strategic move will see Al Yamuna Densons double down on its presence in the Al Hamra Industrial Zone. Construction on the expansion is expected to be completed by May 2024, bringing the total area of the facility to a staggering 15,000 square meters. This increased space will pave the way for a substantial boost in production capacity, with the company targeting an impressive output of half a million kits annually.

The decision to expand in RAK wasn't merely driven by the desire for more space. Al Yamuna Densons specifically highlights the emirate's business-friendly environment and its top-notch infrastructure as key factors in their choice. The company also expressed its deep appreciation for the unwavering support provided by the Ras Al Khaimah Economic Zone (RAKEZ). In a statement, Al Yamuna Densons CEO Ravi Sardana lauded RAKEZ for offering "unmatched support" and creating "the perfect platform to scale our operations effectively." He further emphasized the proactive approach and swift assistance provided by the RAKEZ team over the years, crediting them for playing a crucial role in the company's growth trajectory.

This expansion marks a significant milestone for Al Yamuna Densons, showcasing their commitment to the RAK market and their confidence in the region's potential. The increased production capacity will allow them to cater to the growing demand for power cable joining kits across the Middle East, solidifying their position as a leading supplier in the market. With a larger facility and enhanced capabilities, Al Yamuna Densons is poised to become an even more prominent force in the regional power sector.

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