8000 Dubai Jobs Created From Emal/Dubal Merger


The UAE’s two aluminium smelters are set to merge to create the world’s fifth-largest producer with an enterprise value of US$15 billion.┬áMubadala and Investment Corporation of Dubai (ICD) are merging their aluminium assets.

The joint venture expects to add 2,000 new jobs by 2020 and estimates that a further 6,000 indirect jobs will be created by a growing aluminium sector in the country. The new company, Emirates Global Aluminium, will be headed by Abdulla Kalban, the current chief executive at Dubal.

The new joint venture is intent on growing its operations. Although it is not clear whether this will be at Dubai’s Jebel Ali facility or in Abu Dhabi.

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Gems Education In Dubai Hiring 500 Before September


As reported in Emirates 24/7, Gems Education in Dubai will recruit 500 employees for its two schools opening this September in Dubai.

The new schools are opening in Al Khail area and the recruitment is currently underway. There will be over 500 staff members employed at both schools once all phases are complete

The educational group will open its fourth Wellington school in September, offering the National Curriculum of England to students in the Primary Years initially, but will grow to year 13 in the coming years.

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