Leading Steel Tube & Structural Products Manufacturer in Sultanate of Oman

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1997 saw a sort of an industrial spike in Oman. Promoted by a group of Omani entrepreneurs with major share holdings and along with investments from the general public of the Sultanate of Oman, Al Jazeera Steel Products Co. SAOG (Formerly known as Al Jazeera Tube Mills Company S.A.O.G.) started producing Electric Resistance Welded (ERW) tubular products in circular square, and rectangular hollow sections, in both black and galvanized class in various finishes confirming ASTM, BS, DIN, EN and a host of other specifications.

Over the years the mill has become one of the leading tubing manufacturers in the Middle East. From its modern plant located at Sohar in Oman, Al Jazeera offers Mild Steel ERW tubular products in both Black and Galvanized class with plain end and threaded and coupled ends conforming to API, ASTM, BS, DIN, EN and other International specifications.

In 2009, Al Jazeera set up a brand new plant, not far from its existing Tube Mill, to extend the product range to include Merchant Bar Products and by end 2014, Rebars were added to the portfolio.

Al Jazeera boasts of installing some of the latest and most modern machineries in the plant. Al Jazeera’s manufacturing facilities include four production lines supplied by M/s. Abbey Etna Inc., Ohio, USA, M/s. TRM Thailand and M/s.Prasert Machineries Thailand. There are three galvanizing lines with main line supplied by M/s. BERG, Germany.

Comprising a multinational workforce and managed by competent technical and managerial professionals, Al Jazeera aims for being a leading tubing suppliers in the world. At Al Jazeera, production processes have been integrated with modern quality controls like, e.g., online Eddy Current Testing facility, Universal Testing Machine, Hardness Machine and Inverted Metallurgical Microscope with CCD camera attachment etc.

Al Jazeera markets its products to 25 countries across the globe, including North America, Australia, Germany and other European Union countries.

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