ETA is a conglomerate in U.A.E. with expertise ranging from Civil Construction to Electro Mechanical, Power Projects, Elevator Engineering, Bulk Commodities Trading, Automobile Trading, Real Estate and Faciliti...
ETA is a conglomerate in U.A.E. with expertise ranging from Civil Construction to Electro Mechanical, Power Projects, Elevator Engineering, Bulk Commodities Trading, Automobile Trading, Real Estate and Facilities Management. Since inception in 1973, numerous landmarks in the Emirates stand testimony to the firm's engineering capabilities. The company is a part of Al Ghurair Group, who are the most revered and leading business house in the United Arab Emirates.
ETA has been involved in almost every major project in the Emirates such as Dubai International Airport, Dubai Metro, Emirates Towers, Burj Khalifa, Burj Al Arab, Jumeirah Beach Hotel, The Emaar Towers in Dubai Marina, The Twin Towers, Cleveland Hospital in Abu Dhabi, Emirates Palace Hotel, Dubai Conference Centre and Villas in the Emaar Hills, Delhi Metro etc. The Company has also developed high value properties in India and Sri Lanka and has delivered more than 2500 Units and developed an area of over 5 Million sq. ft.
The wide spectrum of our businesses can be broadly classified under the heads given below –
ETA Engineering : Electromechanical Works, Power Projects and Desalination, EPC projects, manufacturing and assembling of power control systems & switchgear.
ETA Construction : The flagship company ASCON has solid technical and engineering capabilities
ETA Facilities Management : Includes engineering maintenance, building engineering services, janitorial and security services and waste management services.
ETA Properties: Services in property development and hospitality
ETA Trading - Commodities: Bulk Commodities trading & Paper and Oil Trading (Zenath Oil Trading )
ETA Trading - Automobiles: Automobiles Trading (Western Auto)
ETA Ventures: Elevator & Escalator Engineering: ETA Melco is a name that has become synonymous with elevators and escalators in the Middle East and beyond