CS Umm Al Anber proceeds for repair work in Pakistani waters. Wishing the crew a successful and safe trip ahead.
E-Marine celebrates staff long service and rewards employees who have been associated with the organization for more than 10 years. Employees of the month were also recognized and rewarded. In addition, It has also taken several employee welfare initiatives, in line with it’s vision of becoming one of the most coveted employee centric organizations.
CS NIWA proceeds for a repair operation in Omani waters. Wishing the crew all the very best for yet another successful operation and a safe journey ahead…
E-marine is pleased to announce the scholarship Program for UAE Nationals in Marine Engineering Fields. The details of the program can be seen in the attachment.
Submarine cables are not only the backbone of the international telecommunications network, but they provide critical infrastructure to the global economy. With modern economies and societies dependent on uninterrupted global data connectivity, repairs to severed cables must be tackled with a fast, efficient and economic response. This not onlyminimises costs for cable owners, but keeps the world moving and reduces disruption to end customers.But damage to a cable can take just a few hours or a few weeks to repair, so what are the challenges that maintenance teams and vessels have to cut through?
More data means more cables
The world today is rapidly evolving with new inventions and technologies being developed faster than ever. The information and communications technology (ICT) industry is one of the fastest growing sectors, with an explosion of new products and high speed capabilities over the last few decades such as the internet, which have...
Dubai, 2013: E-marine, the principal provider of submarine cable solutions in the Middle East, has announced that it will host the 47th Plenary Meeting of the International Cable Protection Committee (ICPC), the world’s premier submarine cable industry association, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, in early 2014.
The ICPC plenary event is a major forum for the exchange of technical, legal and environmental information about submarine power and telecommunications cables that is held every year in a region, specifically chosen to facilitate wider participation among ICPC’s members. The last Plenary was held in Miami during May this year and attracted 124 delegates from 35 countries, representing 82 companies operating as submarine cable owners, maintenance authorities, system manufacturers, cable ship operators, submarine cable route survey companies and even Governments.
The strategic location of the UAE is fitting, not only because of...
SubOptic will take place for first time in Middle East
Paris-Dubai, 26 April 2013: In a first for the Middle East region, E-marine, the principal provider of submarine cable solutions in the Middle East has announced that it will host the next edition of SubOptic, the largest global conference for the submarine cable industry in Dubai, UAE.
The announcement was made last night during the closing ceremony of SubOptic 2013 in Paris, France (22nd – 25th April), and will see the event arrive in the Middle East region during late 2015 or 2016. As one of the highlights on the submarine cable industry calendar, the event is held every three years ‘by the industry, for the industry’. It attracts between 600 and 700 attendees from over 200 organisations that span cable and component manufacturers, network and system capacity purchasers,...
Dubai, UAE April 26, 2009: E-Marine, the region’s leader in submarine cable deployment, maintenance and repair, today announced it has completed the first phase in the deployment of the 4900km TEAMS (The East Africa Marine System) cable to Mombasa, Kenya after the successful landing in Fujairah, UAE. E-Marine’s flagship, Cable Ship Niwa, began laying the cable earlier this month and it is anticipated that it will complete the project by June, 2009. The second phase of the project is in progress now and the TEAMS cable will eventually connect Kenya to the UAE.
“Our flagship CS Niwa is now well underway in the deployment of the TEAMS cable and has departed the coast of the UAE for Mombasa earlier this month. We are delighted to announce today the completion of the first phase of the project” said Omar Bin Kalban, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of E-Marine PJSC. “We realize the piracy issue but we are taking the necessary steps to protect our crew and...
Dubai, UAE July 01, 2009: E-Marine today announced a maintenance and storage agreement with SEACOM, a service provider of international fiber optic bandwidth along the East Coast of Africa linking East Africa, Europe and South Asia. E-Marine will now take responsibility for
Dubai, UAE: 13, Feb, 2012: E-marine, the regional leader in Submarine Cable installation, maintenance and repair, announced the completion of expansion of their Salalah Depot facilities in Port of Salalah-Oman.
Mr. Omar bin Kalban, MD and CEO of E-Marine said: “In order to meet the rising demand for bonded storage facilities for the wet plants, we expanded our storage area capacity in Salalah, Oman by almost 40% by adding additional 420 square meters which are operational since January 2012”.
E-marine provides sophisticated storage facilities for submarine cable and accessories in controlled environment and in accordance with highest international standard along with testing and jointing by qualified testers and jointers. These storage facilities guarantee longer cable life.
“Our existing strong commitments to various customers as well as the new customer’s activities led E-marine to increase the storage capacity by building a new facility in Salalah site,...