Tata International inaugurates its new office premises in Dubai
January 25, 2016
Tata International, the global trading and distribution company, announced the opening of its new office premises in Dubai based out of the DMCC free zone. The new office was inaugurated by His Excellency Ambassador of India to the UAE, T P Seetharam on January 24, 2016. Among those present on the occasion included Smt Neeta Bhushan, Deputy Chief of Mission of Indian Embassy in UAE; Shri Anurag Bhushan, The Consul General of India, Dubai; Mr Ahmed Bin Sulayem, Executive Chairman, DMCC, Mr Gautam Sashittal, Chief Executive Officer, DMCC, Mr Noel N Tata, Managing Director, Tata International and Mr Sunil Sinha, Resident Director, Tata Sons (MENA).
Tata International with a 10,000 strong global employee base and a turnover of US $2.2 billion (2014-15) has a footprint spanning 39 countries and has led forays into new markets and geographies for the Tata group over the years. The company has been present in the Middle East region since 1993, when it commenced operations in the Jebel Ali Free Trade Zone through its wholly owned subsidiary. Currently, the company’s businesses in the MENA (Middle East and North Africa) region comprise of steel, products for the aluminum industry and infrastructure and construction equipment.
The Dubai office premises will serve as a hub in the MENA region and will be shared by a number of Tata Companies, namely Tata Sons, Titan, TCE, Tata Elxsi, Tata Interactive and York International. The office will also help support several other Tata Companies operating in the region and will further strengthen Tata group’s engagement with all stakeholders, facilitating business growth for the companies while focusing on the sectors, key to the development of the MENA region.