Emerson earmarks new manufacturing hub in Saudi Arabia

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Emerson is set to build a new manufacturing hub at the King Salman Energy Park (SPARK) in Saudi Arabia.
The facility will be one of the largest investments in the Middle East and Africa region for the company.
The plant, which is expected to open by December next year, will provide industrial customers in the region with services for control systems engineering, staging and testing, manufacturing of differential pressure (DP) transmitters and control valves, pressure relief valve assembly and solenoid valve assembly.
The project demonstrates Emerson's continued commitment to its customers and stakeholders in Saudi Arabia as the company prepares for rapid local manufacturing expansion in the region.
The new facility will be developed in accordance with the environmental sustainability principles to support the company’s net-zero emission goals, while also adhering to SPARK's environmental sustainability standards.
“Our state-of-the-art innovation and manufacturing facility at King Salman Energy Park propels our expansion strategies in the Middle East and Africa region,” said Lal Karsanbhai, Emerson’s president and CEO. “This investment represents a significant milestone in our mission to provide quality and reliable services for our customers in Saudi Arabia.”
“We are delighted to be officially launching construction of our new, advanced innovation and manufacturing hub in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,” said Vidya Ramnath, president of Emerson Middle East and Africa. “The new facility is positioned to offer our range of services to customers, while also supporting the company’s net-zero emission targets.”

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