Abu Dhabi, UAE – Khalifa Economic Zones Abu Dhabi (KEZAD) Group Monday signed an agreement with its client Global Fluorine Chemical Factory (GFCF) for establishing its phase two in KEZAD Mussafah, which will allow GFCF to triple its production capacity.
In addition to the 100,000 square meters that GCFC occupies at KEZAD Musaffah, the company will invest over AED1 billion ($270m) in the facility on an adjacent plot, which spans an additional 120,000 square meters.
Four more chemical products will be added to GFCF’s product mix with the opening of the second phase of the factory.
The development advances UAE’s goal of developing a circular economy as GFCF’s phase two will now be able to get the raw ingredients for its premium refrigerants.
The factory’s strategic location will enable it to make use of the wide variety of services offered by AD Ports Group and KEZAD Group and obtain easy access to international consumer markets.
The agreement was signed in the presence of Dr. Sultan bin Ahmed Al Jaber, Minister of Industry and Advanced Technology, (MoIAT), and Captain Mohamed Juma Al Shamisi, Managing Director and Group CEO, of AD Ports Group.
GFCF’s processes minimize water waste, and the production unit will incorporate heat recycling, aligning with KEZAD Group’s sustainability goals.