Green Petrochem announces expansion plan in Hamriyah Free Zone

signing ceremont hamzaGreen Petrochem, one of the most conducive players in the oil industry across the UAE, has announced an expansion plan in the Hamriyah Free Zone to boost its storage capacity and meet the growing demand for its services

The expansion plan was announced during a ceremony held to sign a lease agreement with the Hamriyah Free Zone Authority (HFZA).

Under the contract, the petrochemical company will lease a 200,000 sq ft plot of land to expand its facilities and respond to the increasing demand for its products.

Saud Salim Al Mazrouei, director of HFZA, said, “Petrochem’s decision to strengthen its presence is a step in the right direction and does reflect our commitment to implementing the wise directives of Dr Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammad Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah.”

“Despite the tough economic circumstances that we are going through, the company decided to expand its operations in the free zone, in yet another testament to the deep trust that Sharjah has earned as a leading global hub for businesses as well as the global reputation enjoyed by HFZA; being the current and future headquarters of major heavy industries companies,” Al Mazrouei added.

“Considering the unusual circumstances we have been going through, we have dedicated call centre and customer support to answer customers’ inquires and provide highest level of customer satisfaction and quality,” HFZA director highlighted.

Anish Vijapura, managing director of Green Petrochem, at HFZA premises, emphasised that the deal builds on Petrochem’s strategic partnership with HFZA and opens up a new chapter of cooperation toward achieving the common goal, lauding the free zone’s services being provided to the company, which facilitate and speed up doing businesses.

With total refining capacity of 2.1 mmbbl per annum, the company offers a range of competitive and high-quality refined products to support transport and industrial applications globally including naphtha, kerosene, gasoil, fuel oil and specialties solvents like aliphatic hydrocarbon, white spirit, mineral turpentine oil, solvent naphtha and other specialty chemicals.

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