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Sharjah's Bee’ah restructures to global investment holding group

 

Bee'ah is unifying its operations across the region to become an international holding group with various business verticals and a new brand identity.

 

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January 11, 2022
 
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Sharjah's Bee’ah restructures to global investment holding group
 

Bee'ah, the environmental management company based in Sharjah, it is unifying its operations across the region to become an international holding group with various business verticals and a new brand identity.

As Bee'ah Group, the organisation will unify its operations across the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Egypt, alongside other global joint ventures as it seeks to capitalise on business opportunities across diverse industries and countries, the company said.

“This new structure and identity highlight our journey as an organisation over the past decade while ushering in the next future-ready chapter," said Salim bin Mohamed Al Owais, chairman of Bee'ah Group's board of directors.

"We have now evolved from a business with operations across future-critical industries, into a holding group of businesses that are shaping the future of these industries in the Middle East and beyond.”

Beeah Group is now the parent company for several key businesses, including Beeah Tandeef for waste collection and city cleaning, Beeah Recycling for waste processing and material recovery, Beeah Energy for clean and renewable power, Beeah Environment Services for consulting, research and innovation, Beeah Digital for future technologies and digital ventures, and Beeah Transport for green mobility and autonomous transportation.

“By specifying each of our industries of operation, we are giving our businesses the room they need to grow within their industries and areas of operation. At the same time, these verticals and businesses also benefit from the collective experience of Beeah Group," said Khaled Al Huraimel, chief executive of Beeah Group.