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  • 1. ITIHADI
    EPC
    BUSINESS PLAN
    KSA
    INFRA....
    2010-2020
    Eastern Province, PO Box No.1190,Saihat – 31972
    Ph.:+966-3-8504669/8507796, Fax: +966-3-8390699
    www.itihadi-infra.com, www.hmcsa.com
  • 2. OUR BUSINESS WAY
    GROWTH WITH ASSOCIATIONS
    GROWTH WITH PROMOTIONS
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    • CONTENTS
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    • ABOUT ITIHADI INFRA…..
    • 4. ABOUT US
    • 5. OUR BUSINESS PARAMETER
    • 6. OUR BUSINESS AREA
    • 7. ITHADI INFRA…STRENGTHS
    • 8. SAUDI ARABIA OVERVIEW
    • 9. GLIMPSES OF SAUDI ARABIA MARKET
    • 10. GLIMPSES OF SAUDI POWER MARKET
    • 11. GLIMPSES OF SAUDI ENERGY MARKET
    • 12. GLIMPSES OF SAUDI INFRA MARKET
    • 13. FORECAST OF GROWTH OF POWER & ENERGY DEMAND IN KSA
    • 14. INVESTMENT PROJECT IN SAUDI ARABIA
    • 15. AIM OF BUSINESS SECTOR
    • 16. TARGET PROJECT - KSA
    • 17. POWER PROJECTS
    • 18. ENERGY PROJECTS
    • 19. INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS
    • 20. MINARAL & ENVIRONMENT PROJECT
    • 21. BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES
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  • 22. ITIHADI
    INFRA....
    GROWTH WITH ASSOCIATION
    About
    ITIHADI INFRA…..
  • 23. ABOUT ITIHADIINFRA…
    ITIHADI INFRA is formerly known as HassimAl-MossawiEstablishment for Trading, General Contracting & Support services. For more information you can visit our web site www.hmcsa.com
    Hasim Al-Mosawi has started its operation by 1991 to do Manpower Services, General Contracting & Industrial Trading from Saihat office.
    After the reach market experience of 17 years in Saudi Arabia, The Chairman & Promoter, Mr. Hasim Al-Mossawi has decided to put further professional steps. In 2009 the company name has been changed to ITIHADI INFRA… by enhancing the capital value of the company to SR 5,000,000.000 (SR Five Million) to run the Infrastructure Development Projects Business, Facility management & Industrial Trading & Support Services in Saudi Arabia. ITIHADI INFRA… is aiming to become pioneer in their field within this decade i.e. 2020.
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  • 24. STRENGTH ITIHADIINFRA…
    EASTERN PROVINCE
    • 17 Years of rigorous experience in Saudi Market & strong clientele data bank as well as Market Relations
    • 25. Branch office at Jubail & Khobar
    • 26. 1600 Work force
    • 27. Two no own separate camp facilities for Engineers & Officers as well as Workers at Saihat (Outer Skirt of Dammam)
    • 28. Developing our own Fabrication Work shop in 20,000 Sq. Mtr. of land in Saihat.
    • 29. Having available block visa to start the project even on urgent basis
    NEAR FUTURE PLAN
    • Set-up our branch office in Yanboo & Rabigh
    • 30. Set-up our staff & Camp in Jubail by increasing our work force
    • 31. Set-up and shift of our Corporate Office at Business Hub of Saudi Arabia i.e. Al-Khobar
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  • 32. OUR BUSINESS AREA
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  • 33. OUR BUSINESS PARAMETER
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  • 34. ITIHADI
    INFRA....
    GROWTH WITH ASSOCIATION
    SAUDI OVERVIEW
  • 35. GLIMPSES OF SAUDI POWER MARKET
    POWER SECTOR MARKET
    • With a population of approx 28.5 million, which is growing at the rate of 2.4% per year, demand for electricity is increasing by approx 6-7%
    • 36. Saudi Arabia has one of the largest per capita electricity consumption rate in the middle east, even in the world
    • 37. Saudi Arabia requires $624 billion investment over the next 15 years to cope with the increasing demand, largely due to the booming population.
    • 38. $46.9 billion of this investment is needed for power generation only.
    • 39. $4.5 - $6 billion investment is needed annually in Saudi Arabia over the next fifteen years to cope with demand.
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  • 40. GLIMPSES OF SAUDI POWER MARKET
    • Saudi Arabia needs to expand its power & network capacity to support the country’s industrialization plan as power demand grows by 7% or more each year –Transmission & Distribution Business Potential
    • 41. As per the estimate of ministry of electricity & water plus Saudi Arabia's industry estimates that the country will require up to 25gw of additional power generating capacity by 2019 - nearly the same amount as today's 26.6 GW.
    • 42. Rate of transmission & distribution network is growing average by 6.5 to 7% annually or more.
    • 43. To offer trouble free services to power customer, maintenance of generation, transmission & distribution network is getting increased by 6 to 7%
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  • 44. GLIMPSES OF SAUDI ARABIA ENERGY MARKET
    • Saudi Arabia is home of ENERGY to the worlds
    • 45. The strategic role of Saudi Arabia in the energy market will remain influential by the Year 2020:
    • 46. the average annual growth rate of oil-GDP is likely to fluctuate around 2.19% in the next fifteen years
    • 47. demand for crude oil is expected to increase by 47.4% (115 MBD in 2020)
    • 48. OPEC share is likely to approach 85%of the world production (78%in 2007)
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  • 50. GLIMPSES OF SAUDI INFRA MARKET
    INFRASTRUCTURE SECTOR
    • Housing sector approach 7.81 million units by 2020 (comparing to 3.12 million units in 2000
    • 51. Saudi Government has fixed the plan to invest 333.22 Billion USD for the development of Saudi during 10th & 11th development plan i.e. by 2020. ( Plan in 2008)
    • 52. Due to world financial melt down and to take advantage of this crunch, KSA revised its plan to invest USD 400 Billion in next five year to save 30 to 40% from investment (MEANAFN – 02.02.2009)
    • 53. Ministry of Education launched a SR 20 Billion plan to develop 3200 School all around the KSA. 200 School of SR 2 Billion has already signed with Chinese company.
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  • 54. GLIMPSES OF SAUDI INFRA MARKET
    Saudi Arabia is the fastest growing economy in the region. The economy is set to become one of the top ten global investment centres. This determination for growth is fuelling expansion on infrastructure as it tries to keep pace with an ambitious development plan.  Amidst a year of global economic challenges, construction projects in Saudi Arabia have remained relatively untroubled with as little as 1% of projects delayed or put on hold. There are few countries in the world who can boast the scale and scope of some of the landmark projects in the Kingdom, including:
    • Economic Cities – King Abdullah, Eastern, Talbuk, Rabigh, Hail, Medina, Jizan
    • 55. Jeddah Gate
    • 56. Jubail Industrial City Phase Two
    • 57. King Abdullah University of Science & Technology
    • 58. Aramco- Sumitomo Chemical Refining Plant
    • 59. Aramco- Total Export Refinery
    • 60. Aramco- ConocoPhillips export refinery
    • 61. SABIC Saudi Kayan Petrochemicals company (Kayan)
    • 62. Maadens Ras Al Zour Mining Ind’. City
    • 63. Saudi Land Bridge Project, Aramco Expansion Project,
    • 64. Sipchem
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  • 65. GLIMPSES OF SAUDI MINERAL & ENVIRONMENT MARKET
    MINING, MINERAL & ENVIRONMENT SECTOR
    • Ma'aden signed two milestone agreements for its mine to metal Aluminium Project, with Alcan and develop the fully integrated Aluminium smelter at RasAzZawr with Power Plant.
    • 66. SABIC & MAADEN jointly formed MA’ADEN PHOSPHATE COMPANY and got financed by IFC to develop, design, construction and subsequent operation of two primary sites - The first, Al Jalamid mine site in the north of the Kingdom, & second, RasAzZawr site, approx. 90km north of Jubail with a fertilizer production facility comprising DAP, ammonia, sulphuric acid and phosphoric acid processing plants; with each site supported by appropriate industrial and social infrastructure.
    • 67. Ten (10) no of Cement Plant of value USD 3.54 Billion is underway to finalize starting from 2009 to 2014.
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  • 68. GROWTH RATE & FORCAST OF INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT BUSINESS IN KSA WITH RESPECT TO POPULATION
  • 69. INVESTMENT PROJECT IN SAUDI ARABIA
  • 70. MIDDLE EAST FUTURE POWER MARKET
    Gulf Co-operation Council countries in US$217 billion power capacity expansion
    • Saudi Arabia – US$111 billion
    • 71. United Arab Emirates – US$55 billion
    • 72. Qatar – US$14 billion
    • 73. Oman – US$10 billion
    • 74. Bahrain – US$10 billion
    Demand for electricity in Abu Dhabi alone is expected to grow at an annual rate of 6.7 per cent until 2030. Abu Dhabi Water & Electricity Authority (ADWEA) is working to prevent a forecasted 774MW shortfall in power capacity by 2012.
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  • 75. ITIHADI
    INFRA....
    GROWTH WITH ASSOCIATION
    BUSINESS AIM
  • 76. SENDAN INFRA MAIN BUSINESS SECTOR
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  • 77. ITIHADI INFRA MAIN BUSINESS SECTOR
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  • 78. ITIHADI
    INFRA....
    GROWTH WITH ASSOCIATION
    ITIHADIINFRA…
    Vision 2020
  • 79. ITIHADI INFRA BUSINESS OPERATION PLAN
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    ITIHADI INFRA BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AIM
    2010 TO 2020
    DEVELOP THE OPERATION IN ALMOST ALL POTENTIAL MIDDLE EAST COUNTRIES
  • 80. ITIHADIINFRA ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT PLAN
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  • 81. ITIHADI
    INFRA....
    TARGET PROJECTS
    In ksa
  • 82. TARGET ENERGY PRJECTS - KSA
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  • 83. TARGET POWER PROJECTS - KSA
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  • 84. TARGET POWER PROJECTS - KSA
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  • 85. TARGET INFRA PROJECTS - KSA
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  • 86. TARGET MINARAL & ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS - KSA
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  • 87. TARGET RAILWAY PROJECTS - KSA
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  • 88. AIM OF ITIHADI INFRA…
    ITIHADIINFRA… is looking for a long term SYNERGY to move together and win the race in this Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
    CONTACT:
    Rupesh K. Sinha, President & CEO
    ITIHADI SAUDIA INFRASTRUCTURE CO. LTD.
    PO Box No-1190, Saihat-31972
    Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
    M: +966-503433309
    O:+966-3-850 4669
    F:+966-3-839 0699
    E-Mail: rupesh.sinha@itihadi-infra.com
    www.itihadi-infra.com
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  • 89. ITIHADI
    INFRA....
    GROWTH WITH ASSOCIATIONS
    GROWTH WITH PROMOTIONS