Middle East Specialized Cables Company (MESC) is a leading manufacturer and supplier of high quality cables providing solution for several sectors. O&G, Petrochemical, Industrial, Commercial, Railway, Automotive, Military and Renewable Energy.

(MESC) is supporting the region projects since 1993 in Middle east and worldwide, participated and executed over 100 projects in the region with supply of high performance wire and cables.

 

 

Abu Dhabi International Airport Midfield Terminal, Abu Dhabi

The MTC terminal construction is considered to be a major step in the Abu Dhabi International Airport development project. Since the inception of the expansion project in 2006, a new 4,100m-long and 60m-wide runway was constructed in 2008 to handle A-380 aircraft.

MESC supplied Fire Alarm Cables and Flexible Cables

Arzew Project Algeria

Onshore contract in Algeria worth approximately € 2.8 billion. By Algerian oil company Sonatrach. Constructed near the Algerian city of Arzew, about 400 kilometers west of Algiers.

MESC Supplied Instrumentations Cables

Akoya by DAMAC

DAMAC Properties, a leading luxury real estate developer in the region, awarded Arabtec Construction LLC with an AED 628 million contract to develop 1,296 villas at DAMAC’s AKOYA Oxygen master development.

MESC supplied Flexible, Single Core and Armored Cables

Fadhili Gas Program (FGP)

The Fadhili gas plant is a Greenfield development constructed 30km west of Jubail in Saudi Arabia’s eastern province. The facility was built by Saudi Aramco with an estimated investment of SAR50bn ($13.3bn).

MESC supplied Instrumentations Cables.

Jazan Refinery IGCC Power Plant: Package 2

Saudi Aramco is undertaking the construction of the new IGCC power plant at the Jizan refinery, Saudi Arabia. The project implemented through five sub-projects involving the different components/units that will comprise the mega project. Worth US$13,000 million

MESC supplied Control and Instrumentation Cables.

King Abdulaziz International Airport

General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) is undertaking King Abdulaziz International Airport Expansion Project at the existing King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

MESC supplied KAIA project Instrumentation, control and Low current cables.

King Abdullah Sports City Stadium

Saudi Aramco constructed a 9 million square kilometers (sq km) massive 60000 seat football stadium in King Abdullah Sports City in Saudi Arabia.

MESC supplied Low current Cables.

Ras Tanura Refinery Clean Fuel Project

Saudi Aramco (Saudi Arabian Oil Company) is upgraded its Ras Tanura Refinery at Ras Tanura in the Eastern Province. The new rules make it compulsory for refiners to reduce the sulphur content of the gasoline they produce.

MESC Supplied Control and Instrumentations Cables.

Riyadh Metro

Riyadh metro is a rapid transit system under construction in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. It is part of the Riyadh Public Transport Project (RPTP), it will consist of six metro lines spanning a total length of 176 kilometers, with 85 stations.

MESC supplied Fire Resistant & Control Cables.

Sohar Refinery Expansion

Oman Oil Refineries & Petroleum Industries Co. (ORPIC) has completed all construction and recommissioning works for the multibillion-dollar Sohar Refinery Improvement Project (SRIP), a long-planned, brownfield modernization program to technically enhance the operator’s existing 116,000-b/d refinery about 230 km northwest of Muscat.

MESC supplied Instrumentations Cables.

The Sustainable City

The Sustainable City is a 46 hectare property development in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Situated on the Al Qudra road, it is the first net zero energy development in the Emirate of Dubai. The development includes 500 villas, 89 apartments and a mixed use area consisting of offices, retail, healthcare facilities, a nursery and food and beverage outlets. Phase 2 of the development will include a hotel, school and innovation centre

MESC supplied Flexible, Single Core and Armored Cables.

Yanbu III

Yanbu III is a 3,300MW dual fuel-fired power plant that is being constructed in western Saudi Arabia, 50km south of the Red Sea-facing city Yanbu al-Bahr.

MESC Supplied Instrumentations Cables.

Hail University

Hail University is a new building will be for the faculty of medicine, in Hail, Saudi Arabia. It is part of the Ministry of high education, it is the latest in a series of university projects in the kingdom.

The estimated value of the contract is SR500m ($136m).

MESC supplied Fire Alarm Cables.

Jazan General Hospital

Jazan General Hospital project done by Ministry of health the project consists of eleven buildings and maximum height is 38 m. the project site area is 366,944 m², with total built up area of 138,014 m². The Construction Cost 700 Million SAR.

MESC supplied Low current cables.

Jizan Housing Project

The new Ministry of housing project include the King Abdullah District in Jizan City, which is located 23 kilometers from the airport and 15 km distance from Jizan University on a land of more than 4 million square meters. The project includes a housing complex with integrated services and facilities that provides 4170 residential villas, with various areas and designs.

MESC supplied Low current Cables.

Duqm Refinery Project

The Duqm Refinery project, a 50/50 joint venture between Oman Oil Company and Kuwait Petroleum International is being established in the special economic zone of Duqm. It is a project that would synergize the area of Duqm and make it a viable and strategic energy hub in the region with the refinery Capacity of 230,000 BPD.

MESC supplied Instrumentation and control cables.

Chemicals and Refining Integrated Singapore

The Singapore Refinery is a world-scale refining complex across two sites – one on the mainland (Jurong) and another on Jurong Island (Pulau Ayer Chawan or PAC) together with the Singapore Chemical Plant, they form the largest integrated ExxonMobil manufacturing complex in the world.

MESC supplied instrumentation cables.

Reliance Industries Limited – Jamnagar Refinery

The Jamnagar refinery which is a private sector crude oil refinery owned by Reliance Industries Limited in Jamnagar, India. The refinery was commissioned on 14 July 1999 with an installed capacity of 668,000 barrels per day (106,200 m3/d) later Increased to 1,240,000 barrels per day (197,000 m3/d). It is currently the largest refinery in the world.

MESC supplied Instrumentation and control cables.