Integration centre at CERT opened

ABU DHABI — Honeywell, a global leading provider of products and services for the oil, gas and energy sectors opened an Integration Centre at the Centre for Excellence for Applied Research and Training (CERT) in Abu Dhabi yesterday.

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Published: Wed 9 Feb 2005, 10:44 AM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 4:24 PM

The centre was inaugurated by Shaikh Nahyan BIN Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Education, in the presence of Saeed Mohammed Al Kindi, FNC Speaker and other dignitaries.

The Integration Centre, claimed to be the largest in the Middle East, will function as a commercial centre catering to the market needs of the entire Middle East while imparting hands on training for the students of HCT. Moreover it will impart high-level training for engineering professionals across GCC.

The Integration Centre spans more than 1000 square metres and includes an additional 230 sq.mt. facility. During the last two years, this facility has been used to stage and test systems for Gasco, Adgas and other Middle East based clients. Testing and verification activities are currently underway in the new Integration Centre for customers such as Aramco Juyamah plant, Adco North East Bab (NEB) and Qafco.

"The expansion of the Integration centre is proof of Honeywell growth in the Middle East. Our local capabilities will increasingly become the most the most important factor differentiating us from our competitors in the region," said Jerry Walker, Vice President of Global Operations, Honeywell Process Solutions.

Honeywell has expanded its operations in the Middle East.


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