Control of CO2 Emissions

Here are the palpable initiatives implemented:

  • Through digitalising the paper-intensive works like PPM/RM reporting and online supplier invoice portal ESG has 2.5 tons of CO2.
  • ESG has saved 2.7 million paper and 300 trees in 2021-2022 which have contributed significant reduction in CO2.
  • Refrigerant gas used for chiller coil testing and commissioning is recovered and reused. This avoids the release of ozone-depleting and greenhouse gases into the environment.
  • Oasis coils and coating focus on sustainable product development to reduce the heat load, thus indirectly controlling the CO2 emissions through the production and sale of heat pipe and heat recovery wheel.
  • Utilizing water-based paints instead of a solvent-based has had a significant reduction in VOC in coating works.

Environmental Sustainability

Our group companies are committed to achieving excellence for our customers without compromising our social, environmental, and ethical business responsibilities, to continual improvement, and actively support initiatives promoting business ethics, environmental protection, labor, and human rights.

Here are the palpable initiatives implemented:

  • The printing sector of our group companies (EPP) is compliant with FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) and PEFC (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification) Chain of Custody certification systems, providing assurance about the origin of wood and wood-based products, ensuring they come from responsibly managed forests.
  • Committed to continuously innovating and changing the way of operations to reduce the environmental footprint.
  • SEDEX (Supplier Ethical Data Exchange) certified based on SMETA 6.0 (Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit) best practice guidelines and we have achieved a silver rating in ECO VADIS sustainability auditing.
  • Committed to environmentally friendly materials in printing processes, such as recycled or sustainably sourced paper and vegetable-based inks.
  • Fully recyclable flexible packaging made from polyolefin (PP/PE) based Mono-materials that are compatible with current mechanical recycling as per (CEFLEX) D4ACE recyclability guidelines
  • Committed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions associated with printing operations. Involving new technology, investing in energy-efficient machinery, adopting clean energy sources, and filtration units for volatile organic compounds (VOCs) cleaning, etc. to minimize emissions.

Resource Conservation

Our group companies have installed 2 Million square feet of Solar panels producing more than 26 MW by saving approximately AED 14 Million since commissioning.

Here are the palpable initiatives implemented:

  • Manufacturing facility powered by solar energy and ESG facilities retrofitted with LED lighting.
  • Natural ventilation reduces 30% of the energy in warehouses.
  • Energy Star AC and automated thermostats in offices improves energy efficiency and reduce energy consumption.
  • Sensor lighting system reduces 20% of energy in corridors
  • Facilities installed with 42 sensor taps, and 30 waterless urinals that help in overall 20% water reduction through recycled water usage.
  • Installed treatment plant recycles hazardous water for plantation instead of DEWA water.


Here are the palpable initiatives implemented:

  • 4,549 kg of fused lamps and e-waste has been recycled.
  • A grey water system was installed at labour accommodation to recover 99.8% of sewage water.
  • An air filtering system is used to recycle the leak-testing water resulting in 21% savings on the water bill.
  • ORecycled 980 kg metals, plastics, 100 mobile phones, used safety cones and 310 kg safety shoes.








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Total Employees



7 Board of Directors

  • Chairman
  • 3 Senior Vice Chairman
  • 1 Vice Chairman and Group Managing Director
  • 1 Vice Chairman and Deputy Group Managing Director
  • 1 Vice Chairman

Finatnce and Audit Committee

  • 3 Members of the Board
  • 2 Directors

IT Committee

  • 3 Members of the Board
  • 3 Directors

Operations Committee

  • 3 Members of the Board
  • 3 Directors

Chief Executive Officers

  • 7 CEO’s


Head office

Treasury Department

Internal Audit Department

IT Department

Projects Department

Government Relations Department