RAD International to build new $2.7m asphalt plant in Ras Al Khaimah Economic Zone

The firm has been a player in the UAE’s road construction sector for more than 18 years

A new asphalt plant is being built by RAD International Road Construction in the Ras Al Khaimah Economic Zone (Rakez). The plant will occupy an area of 10,000sqm and is being built at an investment of $2.7m.

According to a statement, RAD will be launching its new unit, RAD Asphalt, within the Al Ghail Industrial cluster.

“We made the right decision of joining Rakez for the construction of our new facility. It is in line with our vision and strategy to expand our activities all over the UAE. We have been in road construction market for more than 18 years owning the company’s a high reputation among major players in the market. The strategic location of Rakez, the cost-effective set-up packages, modern facilities and first-class services cemented our decision in choosing Ras Al Khaimah as a new base for our operations,” said Syed Ali Abad, founder and MD of RAD International Road Construction.

The plant will employ 200 people and will be RAD’s production base for materials necessary for the implementation of road construction services, the statement noted.

“Having another reputable brand in the construction sector set up base in Rakez is testament to our ongoing endeavors to create a supportive environment for industrial players to thrive. Our commitment is centered on facilitating ease to all our clients, and to support them every step of the way. We are proud to be part of RAD’s latest expansion, and we look forward to supporting their successful journey in the years to come,” stated Rakez group CEO Ramy Jallad.

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