Emirates International Aluminum Company (EGA) yesterday announced its intention to increase its supply of locally manufactured aluminum to BMW. Since 2013, the German automotive group, Emirates Global Aluminum, has been using its vehicle engines and chassis.

Representatives of BMW visited Emirates International Aluminum Company's headquarters in Jebel Ali, Dubai, to celebrate the start of the new agreement.

Emirates Global Aluminum is one of the largest suppliers of re-melting alloys, mainly used in the automotive industry around the world and certified by the International Automobile Task Force (16949: 2016), the latest global automotive industry standard, and aims to ensure quality management in the supply chain. Universal Cars.

Abdulla Jassim Kalban, Managing Director and CEO of Emirates Global Aluminum said: “BMW Group has high standards of metal quality, sustainability and social responsibility, and we are proud to have maintained the Group's trust over the past six years. "And continue our relationship over the next decade."

Europe is one of the company's main markets for aluminum exports, which account for about a quarter of the company's worldwide sales.