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Spatial relocates to larger facility in RAK

Posted 22 February 2021 · Add Comment

Spatial, a manufacturer in aviation training equipment, has recently announced its relocation to a bigger facility in RAKEZ.

Spatial relocates to larger facility in RAK.  Image:  Spatial

The newly acquired 12,775 m2 land is 73% larger than its previous location, in which the company is set to increase its production capacity by more than 50% and to serve its global customer base, including blue-chip airlines such as Lufthansa, Singapore Airlines, Qantas and British Airways. The new facility will be fully operational by the end of Q1 2021.

 

“We take pride in servicing global aviation leaders from our base in Ras Al Khaimah; specifically, in RAKEZ. The transport of our goods in and out of the facility has been made quick, easy and cost-effective; and the accommodating team at RAKEZ made our expansion decision an easier one,” said Marc Van den Broucque, Managing Director. “With this new expansion, we are well placed to satisfy the increase in demand for our products, which has persisted through the pandemic, as well as to cater for future expansion. We are optimistic to what the future holds for Spatial, and we are certain, we are on track to hold a larger market share within the aviation training industry.”

 

 Ramy Jallad, Group CEO of RAKEZ said: “We are thrilled to witness this phase of development for Spatial. For over a decade, their products have been supplied to some of the world’s biggest aviation brands, all manufactured from their facility here at RAKEZ. The decision to increase their space is the natural next step to the company’s ambitious plan to double their production capacity.”

 

“At RAKEZ, we have taken it as a mandate to facilitate the growth of all our valued clients. Our efforts are geared towards offering an environment that’s easy to do business in, second-to-none services, seamless processes, and state-of-the-art facilities and infrastructure, to support our ever-growing multinational business community,” he added.

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