Thursday, 23 Mar 2023
Sohar Aluminium hosts GAC’s eighth annual dinner

Sohar Aluminium hosts GAC’s eighth annual dinner

Mulham al Jarf, chairperson of Sohar Aluminium, stated, “Aluminium producers in the Gulf, represented by the GAC, had set bold plans that we are proud to see come to fruition. At Sohar Aluminium, we have often taken into consideration our worldwide, national and neighborhood effect. Globally, it is the digitisation of processes and capitalising on emerging applications that will improve our competitiveness.

Nationally, our contributions will drive the financial diversification and prosperity for the sultanate. At grassroot level, we have focused and will continue to concentrate on financial and social improvement of the surrounding communities.”

The chairperson also took the chance to thank the shareholders, Board of Directors, workers, vendors and partners of option for their commitment and unwavering dedication to the company’s vision, operational and corporate stewardship objectives.

Mahmood al Daylami, secretary basic of the Gulf Aluminium Council, stated, “The GCC Aluminium Smelters produce 5.27mn tonnes of primary aluminium per year, which constitute ten per cent of the world’s total production and is expected to reach 6mn tonnes a year by 2020. The GCC will continue to be the leading and most reliable producer of quality aluminium while maintaining its leadership for sustainability and social responsibilities.”

Over the years, the GAC has not only supported aluminium production development in the Gulf but also assisted in setting universal requirements for security function practises, protection of the atmosphere and safeguarding the effectively-becoming of workers and communities. Organised by the Gulf Aluminium Council, this annual get collectively requires location in distinct nations each year and is regarded as a single of the most crucial aluminium gatherings in the area.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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