Bahrain’s Taha signs deal to grant patented tech to India’s Runaya Group

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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Taha grants patented tech to Runaya Group
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Bahrain-based Taha International Industrial Services has signed a deal with Indian aluminum giant Runaya Group in order to offer its patented technology for processing aluminum slag.

The company said in a statement that the agreement also stipulates the provision of two advanced industrial units to Runaya.

Taha International is a major company working for the elimination of waste from the aluminum industry.

The signing ceremony took place in the presence of the Bahraini Minister of Industry and Commerce, Mr. Abdullah bin Adel Fakhro, Mr. Piyush Srivastava, India’s Ambassador to Bahrain, Ms. Safa Sharif Abdulkhaliq, Chief Executive Officer of Export Bahrain.

Mr. Patrick Pollmann, Group CEO of Taha International, stated that his company continues to be a global leader when it comes to the processing of aluminum slag.

He reiterated Taha’s determination to innovate in this area, employ the finest talent and set global trends for the promotion of aluminum metal, which has emerged as the metal of the future.

“Aluminum slag processing technology will help provide sustainable and distinctive solutions and present new perspectives in the Indian aluminum industry. Furthermore, the creation of methods devoid of hazardous and toxic industrial waste will support sustainable global economic growth,” commented Mr. Pollmann.

Further, Taha’s CEO emphasized “the company’s dedication to environmental and climate issues, through fulfilling sustainable development goals, shifting towards a green economy, reducing carbon emissions and ensuring the sustainability of resources for future generations.”

Last year, Taha signed an agreement with Runaya for the supply of two additional hot dross processing units. These units are based on a patent that was developed by Bahraini and foreign experts at Taha International in Bahrain and is currently being employed by a rising number of aluminum smelters worldwide.

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