SS Pipes' new Saudi factory is complete
The SR50mn ($13.31mn) factory will use German technology and locally-sourced industrial raw materials
Construction of the new Saudi Specialised Pipes (SS Pipes) factory at King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC), Saudi Arabia, is complete and production trials will begin in January, revealed a senior official.
The SR50mn ($13.31mn) factory will use German technology and locally-sourced industrial raw materials.
SS Pipes, a business unit set up by Nabil Krimmley Establishment, is a manufacturing unit for polymer-reinforced concrete (PRC) pipes and allied PRC products. It operates under a technical collaboration with Metromax r PRC, Germany, a manufacturer of polymer concrete products in Europe.
The company produces pipes which range in size from 600mm to 2,200mm internal diameter.
“PRC pipes manufactured at our state-of-art plant at KAEC will be ideal for collection and transport of waste water, sewage and drainage of excess surface water,” said Hasan S Hassanein, general manager of SS Pipes.