Tuesday, March 5, 2024

Industry: First car factory with recyclable parts


“China Platform”, an integrated platform to support national industries and products in the United Arab Emirates, has signed an agreement to establish the first factory to manufacture cars from composite and recyclable plastic materials. Vehicles, structures and spare parts.

The move is a new beginning for the country’s automotive industry, supporting the efforts of the National Strategy for Industry and Advanced Technology and the Abu Dhabi Industrial Strategy to make exterior vehicle structures environmentally friendly and recyclable. With the possibility of reuse, they are produced in ways that promote environmental sustainability, using technologies that reduce weight, reduce material consumption and improve the car’s fuel efficiency. A market with cars with advanced four-wheel drive technologies with versatile, high quality, reasonable prices and economical consumption, contributing to the factory’s local and foreign supply.

The agreement was signed on the sidelines of the recently concluded “Make in the UAE Forum” activities, in line with the UAE’s efforts to achieve sustainability and climate neutrality in the UAE. COP28) next November.

The agreement was signed by Kartous Muhammad bin Salem bin Kartous Al-Amiri, Executive Vice President of “Industrial Platform” and Kirill Kosin, International General Manager of APAL, in the presence of the Assistant Undersecretary of the Department of Industrial Accelerators. Ministry of Industry and Advanced Technology, Osama Amir Fadl and Executive Director of Development Office. The industry is linked to the Department of Economic Development in Abu Dhabi, Arafat Al Yafi.

Mohammed bin Salem bin Qardous Al-Amiri, Chairman of the Industry Platform’s Board of Directors affirmed, “The platform seeks to promote quality investment opportunities in order to support a more sustainable, efficient and competitive industry. The national economy and the global climate agenda.”

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He added, “We are working under the National Strategy for Industry and Advanced Technology and the Abu Dhabi Industrial Strategy to attract industrial investments, advanced technology and Fourth Industrial Revolution solutions to the country and the UAE. Abu Dhabi is based on the need for concerted national efforts to keep abreast of scientific, technological and industrial developments, and in an effort to support our industry and increase its contribution to the national economy.

The industry plays a vital and important role in providing quality industries in the country, attracting advanced technology, contributing to its diffusion, making it available to enterprises at the local level and protecting the environment. Technologies from this factory will be localized to enhance national sustainability efforts.”

He continued, “Our products will proudly bear the (Made in UAE) logo, and will target local, regional and international markets.”

It is noteworthy that the car will offer the most advanced safety system to absorb shocks, and it will match all the approved specifications and standards, and local raw materials will be used, while the vehicle will be offered in two versions: an economical gasoline engine and a fully electric motor.

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