Sinaha Platform, a B2B unified platform for local products made in the UAE, has signed an agreement with international partners to develop the first recyclable automobile manufacturing facility in Abu Dhabi.
This move is expected to develop Abu Dhabi’s position as a leading auto hub for sustainable production. This partnership will bring UAE’s automotive industry to a new height, which is also in line with Operation 300bn and the Abu Dhabi Industrial Strategy.
In addition to promoting environmental sustainability and implementing technologies that improve fuel efficiency by lowering weight and material consumption, the vehicles manufactured in this plant will have recyclable and eco-friendly external structures.
Furthermore, meeting local demand, the factory will deliver to the international market affordable, high-quality cars equipped with advanced four-wheel drive technology.
Mr. Mohammed bin Salem bin Kardous Al Ameri, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Sinaha said that “The purpose of the platform is to improve quality investment opportunities to build a more sustainable, efficient, and competitive industrial sector in a way that supports the national economy and global climate action plans. In the Sinaha platform, we support all national efforts and strategies in an integrated way with all partners to support the national industrial sector and improve industrial capacity. Our products proudly carry the ‘Made in the Emirates’ mark and target local, regional, and international markets.”
The new vehicle model offers a highly refined and effective damping protection system that complies with all applicable regulations and is made from local raw materials. Two engines will be available for the model, an efficient petrol engine and an all-electric engine.
The agreement was signed by Mr. Kardous Mohammad bin Salem bin Kardous Al-Ameri, Deputy CEO of Sinaha, and Mr. Kirill Kuzin, Director-General of APAL International, in the presence of Mr. Osama Amir Fadhel, Assistant Under-Secretary for the Industrial Accelerators Sector at the Ministry of Industry and Advanced Technology, and Mr. Arafat Al Yafei, Executive Director of the Industrial Development Office of the Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development, and a number of officials.