Saudi’s KiCE seals diesel generator supply deal with Al Falah Ready-mix

By Arya M Nair, Intern Reporter
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KiCE Construction, the only manufacturer of mobile, portable and static Concrete Batching & mixing Plants and accessories in Saudi Arabia, will deliver 100 generators to UAE’s Al Falah Ready-mix for their ongoing mega projects in the kingdom such as Neom, Amaala, and Redsea.

One of the largest equipment dealers in the kingdom, KiCE offers some of the finest products into the market, including Snowkey, Zenith, McNeilus, Volucon, and Junjin Truck-mounted pumps.

KiCE signed the agreement for the diesel generators during a visit to the Al Falah Ready-mix factory by a high-level sales delegation. Al Falah Ready Mix is a certified market leader in the ready-mix concrete industry, with more than 20 batching plants across the kingdom.

The company has a manufacturing capacity of 6 million cubic meters of concrete per year and is equipped with cutting-edge technology and automated machinery.

KiCE Sales Director, Engineer Hany Mongy said that “We are very excited to supply the 100 units of diesel generators helping to support Al Falah growing electricity needs for their projects. All KiCE concrete batching plants are built with the demands and expectations of our customers in mind. Every concrete plant is being manufactured to the highest standards using only the best quality materials components.”

KiCE had earlier delivered four batching plants to the King Salman Park project’s sites. In comparison to existing batching plant capabilities, the new plant produces over 500 cubic meters per hour in a continuous pour, which is a significant achievement.

Recently, KiCE Construction agreed to deliver two batching plants and one ice plant to Al Safa Ready-Mix to develop and increase the productivity of their current factory in Malham, and the purchase of these equipment is for the Riyadh East Gate Development project.

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