Enpark has more than 45 companies registered and operating since its launch in 2007. With the delivery of the Nucleotide Complex in 2009 and the Warehouses in 2010, Enpark is well positioned to attract Multinationals as well as SMEs to use Dubai as the base for their Middle East operations. Below are some examples of companies who chose to set up at Enpark:
Energy Efficiency and Green Building
Pulse Technologies develops innovative automation solutions to make homes more energy efficient while enhancing comfort and convenience for occupants. Pulse found in Enpark the ideal venue to grow its high-tech venture.
In mid 2008 Pulse was successfully funded by Intel Capital to increase its product range and since then the company has been expanding the reach of its smart grid beyond the meter into homes, extending demand response capabilities to residential sectors all over the world.
ETAP Lighting is an independent company that was established in 1949 in Antwerp.
ETAP started operations in Dubai in 2009 to serve the increasing demand for energy efficient lighting solutions. AZADEA, a leading fashion and lifestyle retail company, has chosen ETAP lighting solutions for its first DECATHLON Store in the UAE with a view to reducing energy consumption, reducing emissions and limiting the greenhouse effect.
Active in the professional lighting of offices, factories, schools, hospitals, shops and hotels, ETAP develops lighting solutions from start to finish: it creates lighting concepts and designs, handles industrial production of luminaires, conducts illumination studies and provides advice, delivers the luminaires exactly on time, and extends follow-up services.
A key enhancer of mobility and the living environment, Plastic Omnium joined Enpark in 2008 to better serve the needs of a region, which is increasingly seeking solutions to tackle issues relating to waste management. Since establishing in Dubai, Plastic Omnium has built up its experience in the region and registered high levels of growth.
The company provides innovative solutions to local communities, automobile manufacturers from around the world and road users. These include waste containerization products and services, signage and urban equipment as well as automotive body modules and fuel systems.
ExxonMobil, the world's largest oil and gas company established its first branch in Enpark in 2009 and established its second branch in May 2010. Together, the branches will manage and operate regional upstream activities (e.g. extraction) outside the UAE. ExxonMobil is also well known as a socially and environmentally responsible player in the oil and gas industry, supporting several energy efficiency initiatives and biofuels research and development programs. In fact, the oil giant was recently won an award for the “Green Company of the Year” by Forbes, after its announcement in July 2010 that it would put $600 million into algae farms that would turn sunlight into automotive fuel.