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Saudi Arabia's plans to keep increasing power generation to meet the growing needs of industrial, commercial and domestic consumers have received a further boost with GE reiterating its support to all such projects. In fact, GE is keen to increase
Saturday 15 September 2012 Last Update 15 October 2012 5:28 am General Electric President and CEO Jeffrey R. Immelt says his company is expanding its presence in Saudi Arabia. It recently announced an additional SR 3.75 billion investment in Saudi
The company also inaugurated a new and advanced pressure control facility, and signed a cooperation agreement with Wa'ed, Saudi Aramco's new entity focused on financing and incubating new businesses in the Kingdom. The tie-up with Wa'ed will help
Monday 3 September 2012 Saudi Arabia is one of General Electric Company's (GE's) core markets. With sales of $ 147.3 billion last year, GE is one of the world's largest companies. It has had a long and historically successful presence in the Kingdom.
Saudi Arabia's GE Energy Manufacturing Technology Center just celebrated its first year of work...A joint venture between U.S. company General Electric and the Ali A. Saudi Arabia's power, water, oil and natural gas industries, a service and repair
The launch, at Dammam's 2nd Industrial City, was hosted by GE Vice Chairman John Krenicki, and in attendance were more than 400 high-level government officials and dignitaries, including Labor Minister Adel Fakeih, key GE executives and GE's joint