We at Peikko believe in manufacturing our products by ourselves - in-house manufacturing ensures quality and flexible, fast deliveries. Peikko products are stored close to the customers in 15 warehouses located all over the world.
Peikko Gulf LLC has two sales offices in the Middle East; Peikko Gulf LLC in Ras Al Khaimah Industrial Area in United Arab Emirates, and Al Rashed Peikko LLC in Dammam, in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. There is also a production unit in United Arab Emirates. PEIKKO Gulf’s manufacturing is certified by DNV for ISO9001 (management quality), ISO14001 (environmental), OHSAS18001 (health&safety) and ISO3834-2 (welding).
At Peikko Gulf LLC our manufacturing capabilities are streamlined for efficiency. With our facility in Ras Al Khaimah we are able to ensure high quality standard as well as flexible and fast deliveries. Our factory has 2 800 m2 of combined production and warehousing area.
Our handling equipment includes cranes, forklifts and a range of semi-automatic and automatic machines such as welding robot unit cell, threading of reinforcement bar and resistance automatic welding. Our Thermal cutting and equipment incorporates the most modern technology and enables us to perform an extensive range of cutting and bending for our products.
At Peikko Gulf LLC welding is carried out to the highest quality standards. All welders are fully trained and their performance is constantly monitored, both on production site as well as by third party inspection agencies. In-house knowledge includes sawing and drilling capabilities as well as blasting, cleaning and corrosion protection.
In-house manufacturing enables for our customers a concretely faster, safer and more efficient way to design and construct.
FBC enjoyed a facinating guided tour of the new museum which is an architectural masterpiece by designer, Jean Nouvel, and includes a growing collection of ancient archaeological finds, paintings, and both historical and contemporary installations. Hundreds of pieces represent ancient Egypt, the Roman Empire, ancient Chinese dynasties, the Renaissance, the Impressionists and the Modernists.
After the visit, the Finnish Ambassador to the UAE, Riitta Swan invited us for refreshements to her Residence. The Ambassador gave an interesting talk about latest news from the region.
Everyone enjoyed this new form of networking event so much that we are alreay planning our next visit!
Abu Dhabi University (ADU), opened their state-of-the-art, multi-purpose innovation center, an addition to the ADU facilities designed to nurture and foster innovation across a range of different sectors. The inauguration ceremony rounded off ADU’s activities and contribution to UAE Innovation Month, a month-long campaign aligned to the UAE government’s National Innovation Strategy.
The inauguration ceremony was attended by HE Ali Saeed bin Harmal Al Dhaheri, Chairman of ADU Executive Board and Dr Petra Turkama, Director of Innovation and Assistant Professor of Management along with deans, faculty, staff and students from the university.
Dr Petra Turkama said: “The center will provide a platform that will embed innovation in the DNA of the future generations, promote new ideas in a wide range of different fields and also ensure efficiency and high quality output. ADU is keen to contribute to the UAE innovation strategy through its support of young talents and the out-of-the-box projects and ideas emanating from the country and the region.”
She affirmed that the center will implement a wide range of events such as workshops, seminars, executive talk series and hackathons to develop innovation skills and mindset. The center will also support the ADU Entrepreneurship Club in the development and implementation of new ideas. Moreover, it will offer field visits to selective companies, as well as various executive education programs that address innovation and the evolution of ideas and business.
“The center will also build a culture of innovation into the ADU’s Al Ain and Dubai operations, with activities targeting ADU students, innovators across the UAE, high school students, corporate executives and life-long learners.” She added
Oulussa on tulevaisuus. Iso vierailijaryhmä Arabiemiraateista on vakuuttunut kaupungissa vallitsevasta energiasta ja haluaa kaupungin yhteistyökumppaniksi lahjakkaiden, innovatiivisten kaupunkien verkostoon, kertoo sheikki Fahim Sultan Al Qasim. Hän kiersi alkuviikosta kaksi päivää tutustumassa Ouluun erittäin tiiviin ohjelman myötä.
Finnish engineering company Wärtsilä has won an order to provide a couple of new power generation plants in Oman for the company's Rural Areas Electricity Company (RAECO).
This is one of the objectives of an MoU signed between the American University of Sharjah Enterprises (AUSE) and the Technical Research Centre of Finland (VTT), the leading research and technology company in the Nordic countries, to jointly pursue opportunities in academics, research and development (R&D), entrepreneurship, and innovation.
Qatar’s Minister of State for Defense Affairs Dr. Khaled bin Mohammed Al-Attiyah met in Doha with Prime Minister of Finland Juha Sipila, Qatar News Agency (QNA) reported.
During the meeting, they reviewed bilateral relations, especially in the field of military cooperation, and means to promote them.