Through its strategic presence in Hamriyah Free Zone, Halliburton looks forward to achieving rewarding returns from its investments in Sharjah, which is renowned for its global competitiveness and has solidified its stature as a preferred regional investment and economic hub. Its decision also supports HFZA’s vision and relentless efforts, aimed at strengthening Sharjah’s position as a premier destination for attracting investments in the industrial sector, particularly heavy industries.
Sheikh Khalid emphasized that Halliburton’s choice of the Hamriyah Free Zone adds yet another quality investment to the free zone, which has been famous for its efficiency and excellence in providing state-of-the-art infrastructure tailored to heavy industries—a sector of paramount importance in the HFZA.
Sheikh Khaled stressed that the free zone is committed to realising the vision of His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Mohammad Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, who is dedicated to fortifying efforts aimed at supporting economic diversification initiatives, attracting high-quality investments, and solidifying the emirate’s standing.
“Functioning as a global gateway for launching industrial projects, the Hamriyah Free Zone has excelled in its mission to draw heavy industries, including those within the oil and energy sector. This accomplishment underscores the free zone’s commitment to facilitating investors’ seamless access to comprehensive logistics services, thereby fostering a supportive environment for business growth,” he added.
For his part, Lance Loeffler said: “We are excited to locate our new drilling tool calibration facility in the Hamriyah Free Zone. The state-of-the-art facilities, advanced communications and transportation network, and logistics services allow this innovative facility to deliver leading technological solutions to our clients in the MENA region.”
Halliburton, a leading American multinational corporation established in 1919, has its headquarters in Houston, Texas, United States. It is renowned for conducting the largest fracking operations globally and boasts a diverse workforce comprising employees from 130 different nationalities.