ETA Star International is an Established EPC contractor in Major industries including Power, Oil and Gas, Extra High Voltage Transmission, Industrial and Commercial Projects and Specilaised Architectural projects, with proven Global Credentials.
ETA Star International was envisioned to make a foray into the Power Sector and Allied fields. The vision turned into reality in 2004. Until 2003, the company was handling projects, which were only of the order of AED 15 million per annum. With new projects in hand, the company, today has over 2000 employees, besides 600 people employed indirectly as subcontractors. The year 2004 was a turning point in the company’s annals
ETA Star International was catapulted into the big league after contracts of Toshiba and IHI from Japan came its way for ‘L’ power station in Dubai. The company also bagged orders from DEWA, ADWEA, LG and other companies for Turnkey Extra High Voltage Cabling projects. The projects involved Engineering, Procuring and Commissioning of 132 KV and 220 KV cables. EHV Cabling jobs are gaining momentum in Doha, Qatar also and opportunities abound in future. Doha operation is fully equipped with all dedicated manpower, Construction Plants and tools. Several allied diversification plans are also on the anvil in the coming years in Qatar. As of today, ETA Star International L.L.C has laid HV Cables for a length of over 18,000 Kms (upto 400Kv) in UAE and Qatar. Currently Projects worth AED One Billion are being executed in UAE and Qatar.
The company also procured a State of Art and sophisticated HVAC kit for testing of cables upto 400KV. Huge external orders from many companies in the UAE have already started pouring in as no other company in U.A.E possesses this kit. ETA Star International L.L.C has also commissioned a Concrete Batching Plant for production of 30 cu.m/hour of Concrete at Hamriyah Free Zone, UAE, to be captively consumed for Production of Concrete Troughs for Cabling projects.
ETA Star International also successfully completed Landmark Projects, involving Structures of Complex geometry in Khartoum (Sudan), Astana (Kazakhstan), Abu Dhabi (U.A.E) and Kuwait.