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Injazat



Injazat Data Systems is an industry recognized market leader in the region for Information Technology, Data Center and Managed Services delivered from the regions most sophisticated and advanced facility, the Tier IV design certified Premier Data Center facility. A joint venture between Mubadala Development Company and Hewlett Packard (HP), Injazat draws on its local expertise and presence combined with a global technology partnership network and over 50 years HP global and regional experience. Injazat continues to develop market leading services to meet the dynamic needs of organizations of today and the future. 

 

Al Fahim



Al Fahim Group is one of Abu Dhabi's most successful family businesses. The company was founded by the late Abdul Jalil Al Fahim in 1958, a visionary entrepreneur who led the company until his death in 1996. Today, it continues to be directed by a board composed of eight brothers, intrinsically motivated to preserve and enhance the business seeds sown by their father - for the good of the country, and their compatriots. As Abu Dhabi moves forward, Al Fahim Group continues to support the country's progress by servicing the needs of the new economy with excellence and quality - whether providing safe, reliable service and support to fuel the continued growth of Abu Dhabi's oil and gas fields; distributing top-quality, luxury cars to ensure its residents have the ways and means to travel the roads in comfort; building and managing world-class hotels and residences to accommodate a growing influx of tourists and residents; or investing in a board portfolio of local, regional and global interests to generate funds to support continued growth opportunities.
 

Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority



ADWEA is a national organization wholly owned by the Abu Dhabi Government, maintaining a separate legal entity, as well as complete financial and administrative independence. ADWEA has been incorporated by virtue of law No. 2 issued in March 1998 to replace the former Water & Electricity Department and is responsible for implementing government policy regarding the water and electricity sector in the Emirate, including privatization of the sector. ADWEA supplies electricity and potable water to a population of more than 1.5 million in the emirate of Abu Dhabi, over an area of 67340 sq. km and manages the affairs of the following wholly-owned subsidiaries responsible for different activities in the water and electricity sector Al Mirfa Power Company - AMPC 1. Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Company - ADWEC 2. Abu Dhabi Transmission and Dispatch Company (TRANSCO) 3. Abu Dhabi Distribution Company - ADDC 4. Al Ain Distribution Company - AADC 
 

Abu Dhabi Distribution Company



Established in November 1998, Abu Dhabi Distribution Company (ADDC) is responsible for distributing high quality water and electricity services to all customers in the emirate of Abu Dhabi, excluding the Al Ain region. ADDC’s core business is the planning, design, construction, and operation of the Abu Dhabi water and electricity distribution network.
 

Al Ain Distribution Company



Al Ain Distribution Company (AADC) is a public joint stock company registered and incorporated in the United Arab Emirates under Law No 2 of 1998 on 1 January 1999 with Head Office at Al Ain. AADC is a wholly owned subsidiary of Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority with a fully paid capital of AED Billion 1,530,000,000. AADC is the sole distributor of water and electricity in the Eastern Region of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi (Al Ain city and its surrounding rural areas). This includes the ownership, operation and maintenance of the water and electricity distribution network assets, meter reading, and services for the supply of water and electricity. AADC employees at the end of 2008 numbered more than 1900 and the Company provides services to a population of the East Region of Abu Dhabi (Al Ain Region) approaching one half million people. Sundus provided HR Consultancy services to AADC by way of a full review and evaluation of all job descriptions within the Human Resource Department. 
 

FERTIL



FERTIL was established in October 1980 as a joint venture between Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and TOTAL. The prime objective behind establishing the company was to utilize the lean associated gas supplied from the onshore fields to manufacture fertilizers and to market them locally and internationally. Construction of a processing plant began soon after and production in December 1983. With the considerable growth experienced since its inception the FERTIL 2 Project Extension is now underway and Sundus was appointed by FERTIL in June 2012 to develop and evaluate 16 newly created or re-titled jobs in this extension at Ruwais. The Job Evaluation process was based on Hay Evaluation Methodology and provided job-specific detailed rationale for each evaluated job. 
 

Al Hosn Gas



Al Hosn Gas was established by the Emiri Decree no. (03/2010) issued on 1st February 2010. The new Company is based in Abu Dhabi and recognized and honored as one of the proud ADNOC Group of Companies. Al Hosn has been a long term client of Sundus through its many joint ventures and mergers i.e: Conocophilips, Abu Dhabi Gas Development and latterly Al Hosn Gas. Sundus is a preferred supplier to Al Hosn for its recruitment and manpower requirements. Sundus recently conducted a recruitment campaign in Indonesia on behalf of Al Hosn to provide personnel for the operations division of a new gas plant presently under construction. Sundus was awarded this contract due to its prior experience in similar campaigns for other oil companies. Sundus worked in partnership with an Indonesian recruitment company and was successful in providing Al Hosn with hundreds of potential candidates. Our staff flew to Indonesia to facilitate the interview and placement process on Al Hosn's behalf. 
 

GASCO



Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd (GASCO) was established in 1978 Abu Dhabi in answer to the vision of the late Sheik Zayed bin Sultan Al Nayhan who believed in the sound utilization of the Emirate’s significant gas resources. The incorporation and establishment of GASCO as a joint venture between the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), Shell, Total, and Partex, and the integration of ATHEER (a wholly owned ADNOC Company) in 2001, supported GASCO in realizing the vision to be one of the most innovative, respected and caring companies in the gas and hydrocarbon industry. GASCO’s commitment to meeting the expectations of its various stakeholders, shareholders, employees and the community; regulatory bodies and non-governmental bodies, was recently recognized through the renewal of the Joint Venture Agreement originally signed in 1978. The new Agreement, which will run until September 30, 2028, affords GASCO the distinction of being one of the major players in the global gas and hydrocarbons market; conducting onshore gas processing, transportation of gas and liquid products, and contributing to the GDP of the UAE in a sustainable and responsible manner.

 

GISCO



In view of the importance of adaptation of modern technology in the country's overall development, Bin Hamoodah Group decided in 1979 to establish a new, 100% local company called Gulf Industrial Services Company (GISCO)
GISCO (A Bin Hamoodah Group Company), is a multidisciplined Electro-mechanical Contracting Company based in the United Arab Emirates, and an organization that has become known as a facilitator of industrial and commercial development within the region. The Company established itself as a leading contracting force in the Emirates, providing services to key clients in the industrial and commercial sectors and taking part in its economic boom
Over the last three decades, the company have provided a range of professional services and undertake turnkey projects (Engineering, Procurement, Construction & Maintenance). As one of the pioneers of Electro-Mechanical contracting in the U.A.E., GISCO continues to maintain its leadership within the industry through its commitment to customer satisfaction.
 
   

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