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‫ﺑﺴﻢ اﷲ اﻟﺮﺣﻤﻦ اﻟﺮﺣﻴﻢ‬ In the Name of God most Glorious the Merciful Middle East Specialized Cables Company / MESC-Jordan - Formerly Jordan New Cable Company - is a public shareholding company that was established in 1992 as manufacturer of low Voltage power cables and wires with the mission of supplying Jordan and the regional markets with high quality products and services that will contribute to the development of the region. The plant is located on the main Amman- Mafraq highway, 60 km from Amman in northern Jordan. Covering an Area of 53,000 m2 out of the 210,000 m2 available, MESC-Jordan premises are equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, machinery and laboratories that ensure the supply of top quality products and services. Aiming for perfection, MESC-Jordan works hard to continuously improve the quality of its products and services. The company believes that developing a link between the customer and the product will optimize efficiency, which then becomes the primary factor in winning customer loyalty. Besides being ISO 9001-2000 and BASEC certified, MESC-Jordan products are manufactured according to international standards and are tested and certified by prestigious institutions such as BS, VDE, IEC, ASTM and DIN. MESC-Jordan products mix is classified into three major categories: Domestic Cables: PVC insulated wires (Solid, Stranded and Flexible). Flat Cables (two or three cores) Flexible Cables (single and multi-core) Siemens wires. THHN wires Low Voltage Power Cables 0.6/1kV.: Single core and multi-core Unarmoured cables. Single core cable armoured with Aluminum wires. Multi core cables armoured with Galvanized Steel wires. Overhead and Bare Conductors: SDBC & HDBC (Soft Drawn and Hard Drawn Bare Copper conductor) AAC (All Aluminum Conductor) AAAC (All Aluminum Alloy Conductor) ACSR (Aluminum Conductor Steel Reinforced) ABC (Aerial bundle Cables) ACSR/AW (Aluminum conductor Aluminum Clad Steel Reinforced) Special cables : Low Smoke and Fumes cables (LSF), Low Smoke Zero Halogen (LS0H), Flame Retardant Cables (FR), Fire Resistant (Mica Taped) Cables, Lead sheathed Cables and Oil Resistant Cables MESC-Jordan is looking forward to build strong ties with your company based on mutual understanding and trust. Therefore this qualification manual has been released to share with you MESC-Jordan accreditations and general information to clear any ambiguity. For more information you can contact us at sales@jnccables.com. We will be pleased to serve you at anytime. i


Table of Contents Page #. Part 1: General Information Introduction Our vision Our mission Main offices Manufacturing plant Plant Layout Manpower MESC partnership MESC – Fujikura Cable Company

1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.4

Introduction Quality control Product identification and traceability Quality assurance Non conforming products Testing equipment Procurement management

2.1 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.3 2.3 2.3

Introduction Services Quotations

3.1 3.1 3.1

Introduction Local projects Local Main Customers Export main customers Reference List Approvals

4.1 4.1 4.4 4.5 4.8 4.9

Part 2: Quality

Part 3: Sales Department

Part 4: Main Customers and Projects

Part 5: Certificates and Accreditations BASEC Product and Quality Management System Approval Certificates ISO Certificate Jordan Quality Mark Certificate Registration as a Public limited company Chamber of Industry Registration

5.13 5.14 5.15 5.16

MESC-Jordan Product Range

6.1

Introduction BSI Test Certificates KEMA Test Certificates LCIE Test Certificates TAG Test Certificates

7.1 7.2 7.13 7.15 7.14

MESC-Jordan financial Report

8.1

5.1

Part 6: Product Range Part 7: Type Test Certificates

Part 8: Financial Information

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Part 1: MESC-Jordan General Information

1.1 Introduction

General Information

Middle East Specialized Cables Company / MESC-Jordan - Formerly Jordan New Cable Company - is a public shareholding company established and registered in 1992 as a manufacturer of low voltage cables and wires. In a short time MESC-Jordan became the main supplier of low voltage power cables in Jordan and the region. Thus MESC Jordan is committed to: Maintaining customer satisfaction at the highest level Contributing to the development of its country 1.2 Vision To become a regional leading supplier of low voltage power cables. 1.3 Mission MESC-Jordan is dedicated to supply the Jordanian and the regional markets with high quality products and services that will contribute to the development of the region. The company strives to achieve success in investments and sustain the trust and loyalty of our stakeholders. 1.4 Main offices MESC-Jordan headquarters were established in Amman, due to the high activities of the Jordan's capital, in order to approach to MESC-Jordan customers and provide them with the best available and most competitive services.

MESC-Jordan Main Offices Location:

Amman - Al Abdali - Aqarco Building

Phone:

00962-6-5606205

Fax:

00962-6-5606221

Contact Person: Position:

Address:

Amman 11190 Jordan P.O. Box 925611

Talal Abulhawa

Website:

www.jnccables.com

Sales Manager

Email:

Sales@jnccables.com General@jnccables.com

1.5 Manufacturing Plant The plant is located on the main Amman– Mafraq Highway, 60 Km from Amman in the northern part of the country. Covering an Area of 53,000 m2 out of 225,000 m2 Available, MESC-Jordan premises are equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, machinery and laboratories that ensure the supply of top quality products and services.

Major Buildings Production Hall

25,223 sq. M

Stores

20,900 sq. M

Offices

1,397 sq. M

Maintenance

546 sq. M

Storage Yards

100,000 sq. M

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Plant general Information Al-Mafraq, 60 km from Amman

Address

Amman 11190 Jordan P.O. Box 925611

Phone

00962-2-6230601

Contact Person

Ibrahim Al Khatib

Website

www.jnccables.com

Position

Plant Manager

Email

general@jnccables.com

General Information

Location

1.6 Plant layout

Fig 1.1 Organizational Structure

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Products limitations: 0.25-1000 mm2

Number of cores :

Single core, two cores, three cores, four cores and five cores

Monthly Production Capacity:

1500 copper tons, 500 aluminum tons

General Information

Conductor Size Range:

MESC-Jordan are supplied to the customers on brand new wooden drums, covered in nylon sheets and wooden palettes to protect them form environmental hazards. In line with its belief in the three principles of successful business: 1. Superior quality 2. Superior Service 3. On going Improvement. MESC-Jordan is oriented to provide its customers flexibility in their design and requirements such as special sheathing and insulation materials (FRAT, FRLS, LS0H...), special packing requirements‌ etc. 1.7 Manpower MESC-Jordan is composed of 560 employees distributed between the Factory and Head offices. The company's organizational structure is illustrated in the following figure:

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1.8 MESC Partnership

This strategic partnership gives both companies an edge of submitting a full range of cables, extending our range of products to include cables such as: 1. Instrumentation Cables—Type TC and Type PLTC. 2. Thermocouple Extension Cables - Type PLTC. 3. Control Cables. 4. Fire Alarm Cables. 5. Fire Retardant and Fire Resistant Cables. 6. Coaxial Cables. 7. Electronic , Computer and Data Cables.

General Information

During 2003-2005 MESC specialized Cables has become the main shareholder of MESC-Jordan , the synergy between the two companies has paved the way for MESC-Jordan to penetrate new markets in the gulf region.

MESC Head Office Address:

Riyadh, second industrial area, phase 3

P.O Box:

585, Riyadh 11383, KSA

Telephone:

+966 1 2650555

Website:

www.mesccables.com

Fax :

+966 1 265 0712

Email:

Sales@mesccables.com

1.9 MESC – Fujikura Cable Company MESC – Fujikura Cable Company is a joint venture newly established between MESC Specialized Cables (KSA), Fujikura Limited (Japan) and MESC-Jordan (Jordan) to produce Low and Medium Voltage Power Cables, the production facilities will be set on an area of 200,000m2 in Mafraq, Amman, Jordan. The commercial production is expected to start by the end of the third quarter of 2008. The core purpose of establishing MESC – Fujikura Cable Company is to meet with the growing demand of Medium Power Cables in the GCC, Levant and North Africa regions. MESC-Fujikura Head Office Address:

King Hussein St.-Abdali -Aqarco Bldg, 11th Floor. Suite 3

P.O Box:

P.O.Box: 923448 Amman, 111192 Jordan

Telephone:

00962-6-5606205

Website:

www.mesc-fujikura.com

Fax :

00962-6-5606221

Email:

info@mesc-fujikura.com

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Part 2: Quality

2.1 Introduction At MESC-Jordan a product is not moved to finished goods store until it is tested to ensure that it meets the international standard requirements. Therefore, in order to insure an inherent quality assurance system it is extremely desirable to test and inspect the product at each stage including raw materials and finished goods. MESC-Jordan standards for raw materials, design, quality, manufacturing and testing of cables are based on 2.2 Quality Control (QC)

The quality control system at MESC-Jordan includes : a) Raw material inspection. b) In process inspection. c) Finished stage inspection.

Quality

MESC-Jordan has a QC department in order to assure the top quality of MESC-Jordan products. The department conducts routine tests on each length to make sure that the required specifications are met. This department is an independent department composed of 20 employees, who have the authority to stop any production line in case the quality standards are not met.

The three types of inspections mentioned are done according to a comprehensive quality plan that is resumed in figure (2.1). Products must meet the following: • Relevant national or international specifications. • Customer's purchase order. • Customer approved technical specifications. • MESC-Jordan inspections and tests. • Net and Gross weight. • Cable lengths. 2.3 Product identification and Traceability In order to trace MESC-Jordan products in the manufacturing process, each drum on the production floor is labeled with a tag containing the following information: • Process. • Size. • Type. • Work Order number. • QC remarks. • Production remarks. Moreover each machine has a production logbook containing similar information to that on the drum tag. In addition, raw materials and in process materials are identified by a release or hold stamp, while finished products are labeled by a metal plate or a production tag. Using this system, MESC-Jordan can keep record of each stage of production and trace production and quality information at any production stage. 2.4 Quality Assurance (QA): Quality Assurance plays an important role in the procedures of all MESC-Jordan departments, our quality system meets ISO 9001-2000 standards. MESC-Jordan documented quality manual covers all the activities and procedure of all the company's departments. Our management representative for quality is responsible for: 2.1


Part 2: Quality

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Preparing an internal audit schedule which is implemented every six months. Preparing the quality objective action plan. Preparing the quality procedure manual distribution. Preparing the quality procedure distribution

Quality Control Process Flowchart

Quality

Figure 2.1 1. Tensile strength

9d. Diameter over round insulated cores

18.Thickness

2. Elongation at Break

9e. Diameter over laying up

19.Concentricity

3. Tensile strength after aging

9f. Diameter over armour

20.Colour check

4. Loss of Mass

10.Resistivity

21.Hot set test

5. Pressure test at high temperature

11.Uniformity of zinc coating

22.Printing (embossing) check

6. Low temperature bend test.

12. Wrapping test

23.Insulation resistance

7. Low temperature elongation test

13. Lay length

24.High voltage test

8. Low temperature impact test

14. Resistance

25.Armour resistance

9a. Diameter of wires

15. Weight of conductor

26.Regular test

9b. Diameter of drawing

16. No. wires/wires diameter

27.Compatibility test

9c. Diameter of standard wire of round conductor

17. Sequence of colour

28.Continuity

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2.5 Non conforming Products In case products or Raw material do not meet the above mentioned points, a nonconformance report must be employed , As a result, corrective and preventive actions are taken into consideration under an internal procedure named identification and documentation of nonconforming products, in addition to the corrective and preventive action procedure. Non conformances may be divided into two categories: 1. Major: Non conformances or flaws in products which cannot be repaired by regular routine methods. 2. Minor: which are within process limitations or that cannot affect main cables functions.

To assure the most accurate results in the products tests mentioned before, MESC-Jordan owns a list of the most modern testing equipment, this equipments are calibrated and supervised periodically by the Jordanian Air force to assure its efficiency and correct results.

Quality

2.6 Testing Equipment:

Furthermore, MESC-Jordan is affiliated by numerous testing associations like: •Jordanian institute of Standards. •Royal scientific society. •BSI product services. 2.7 Procurement Management. MESC-Jordan suppliers are selected through a rigorous and objective system of evaluation performed by the most qualified team in order to assure the selection of the best quality raw material and machinery efficiency and high performance. The selection of the suppliers is carried out according to the following conditions: • The supplier must be ISO certified. • Suppliers have to follow international standards. • Their historical behavior and reputation, in addition to their long term relations with MESCJordan . All purchases are run according to ISO procedures through purchase orders after being reviewed and approved, to assure the most professional communication with the suppliers. Purchasing needs are communicated by the procurement department when one of the following takes place. 1. Material requisition is prepared by the requesting party and approved by the department manager. 2. Items at reorder level; indicated by stock report that is updated daily and/or on the production plan. 3. Stock market price suitability. Once purchasing is approved the following steps are performed: 1. On the basis of the requested items, an enquiry and/or a purchase order is prepared by the procurement department 2. Depending on the applicability, an enquiry analysis may be performed before selecting the supplier. 3. A supplier is selected from the approved s upplier list and a purchase order is prepared by the procurement department. The order is to be approved by the General manager. 4. A copy of the order is sent to the finance department, while an unpriced copy is sent to the warehouse for the preparation of arrival of items. A copy of any correspondences that contain any financial issues is also sent to finance. 5. The order is recorded on the purchasing log. 2.3


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Company policy of raw materials is generated from the master schedule of three months ahead corresponding to a lead-time; material storage sequencing is subjected to First in First out (FIFO) storage

Quality Plan (part 1)

Quality 2.4


Part 2: Quality

Quality Plan (part 2)

Quality 2.5


Part 3: Sales Department

3.1 Introduction The sales department is responsible of the company sales activities. In addition to managing quality and consistency of MESC-Jordan products and services to maintain customer satisfaction and MESC-Jordan quality name in the market. 3.2 Sales Department Services The responsibility of this department is not limited to sell MESC-Jordan products. It provides customers with full and complete services. The main services that this department is obliged to provide are the following: • Prepare presentations, proposals and sales contracts. • Identify and resolve clients concerns and clarifications. • Coordinate shipping schedules and delivery of merchandize and services. • Participate in different events. • Develop and maintain sales materials and current product knowledge. • Provide technical services to clients relating to use, operation and maintenance of product.

The Sales Department is responsible for providing quotations to the customers. MESC-Jordan quotations must be offered in a written format. These quotations always include a validity period , delivery time and type of payment according to the available products in MESC-Jordan warehouse and in coordination with the manufacturing plant in order to provide an exact quotation for the required products.

Sales Department

3.3 MESC-Jordan Quotations:

As all other departments, this department works in compliance with the ISO 9001/2000 procedures for the purpose of providing a uniform and consistent system to review tenders and contracts. This way, requirements are adequately defined and understood so that provisions can be made for personnel, resources, and facilities to execute the contract. Requests for special designs and specifications are also addressed to this department. Upon receiving these requests, the department studies the possibility of producing the desired specifications. These specifications are evaluated as shown in the following figure. If no objections are found by the end of the evaluation process, a quotation is offered to the client. The requirements that are taken into consideration before judging whether the special design or customer purchase order is worth producing and whether MESC-Jordan is capable of producing it or not, are the following: • Customers desired quantities and specifications. • Required raw material availability. • Machines limit specifications and production capacity. In case this department cannot meet customers’ requisitions, the customer will be informed about the reasons for not producing the requested products.

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Evaluation of customers request

Sales Department 3.2


Part 4: Main projects and customers

4.1 Introduction Since the date of its establishment, MESC-Jordan feels proud of taking place in the most important projects of Jordan and the region along the last years, being part of the progress this nation has examined. Therefore, this qualification manual includes a list of some of the major projects in which MESC-Jordan has participated. 4.2 Local Projects Medical Contractor

Year

Medical Service Laboratories

Soufan Co

1999

Mowasah Hospital

MEC Co.

1999

Sahab Hospital

Abu Aisha Co.

1999

Wadi Mousa Hospital

Soufan Co.

1999

Farah Hospital

Astraco

2000

Thiban Governmental Hospital

East Star

2000

Al Esra Hospital

Electromechanical

2001

Al Hussein Medical City

Tran Mediterranean

2002

Al Basheer Hospital

Abu Aisha

2002

Prince Rasheed Hospital

Mid Contracting

2002

Consultative Hospital

Al Shanty Group

2002

Jordan Hospital

Technology Office

2003

University Hospital

Hiba Est.

2004

Prince Ali Hospital

JEME

2004

Hussein for Cancer Hospital Kidney Hospital

2005 Namrouti Co.

2005

Main Projects and Customers

Project Name

Educational Institutes Project Name

Contractor

Year

Al Hashemeya- Zarqa

1999

Al el Beit

1999

Jordan University

2000

Al Hussein Bin Talal University

Durrat AL Qassem

2003

Al Hussein Bin Talal University

Aryaf for electro mechanics

2004

Mouta University

Hiba Est.

2004

Applied sciences University Stadium

Hiba Est.

2005

Tourism and archeology’s college

2005

AL Qodos College

Technology Office

2006

International Academy

CEEC

2006

German Jordan University

Hussaen Atiah

2009

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Hotels Contractor

Year

Dead Sea Marriot Hotel

Keldani Co.

1999

Sheraton Hotel

Arab Constraction Co.

1999

Garden city Hotel

Modern resources

1999

Four Seasons

Bin Laden

2000

Jordan Hotel

Electromechanical Co.

2000

Crown Plaza

Technical Services

2000

Le Meridian Hotel

Technical Services

2000

Cideen Hotel

East Star

2000

Movenpick Aqaba

Modern Maintenance Co.

2001

Bristol Hotel

East Star

2002

Intercontinental

Mid Contracting

2003

Ashtar Hotel – Dead Sea

Saudi Jordanian co

2004

King Husain Conferences Palace – Dead Sea

Haddadinco

2004

Sunday Resort

Consolidated Est.

2005

Moon Beach Hotel

Hiba Est.

2006

Holiday In– Dead Sea

ACCC

2006

Crown Plaza– Dead Sea

ACCC

2006

Palm Oasis project

Sama Jordan

2007

Sraya Al-Aqaba Project

Saudi Oger Ltd

2007

Marina Town

Hiba Est.

2007

4 Stars Hotel Aqaba

Keldani Co.

2009

Main Projects and Customers

Project Name

Banks Project Name

Contractor

Year

HSBC

Areen Est.

1999

Jordan Kuwait Bank

Soufan

2002

Arab Bank

Electromechanical Cont.

2002

Arab Bank expansion

Hussain Atiah

2004

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Different Projects Project Name

Contractor

Year

Hussein Sports city

Diran Contracting Co.

1998

Electricity of the Countryside

1998

East Amman Generation Project

Schneider Group

1998

Tech. Services Switchgear Manufacturing Co.

Technical Services

1998

Olympic Swimming Pool

Hussein Attiah

1998

Wadi Al Hedada Tunnel

1998

Jabal Amman tunnel

1998 East star

1999

National Poultry

East Star

1999

Jordanian's retired building

Emoush

1999

Aqaba ports

Aldarras

1999

Ministry of water Labs

Kalbuneh

1999

Telemetry for Tafilah and Karak

Technical Services

1999

Petra spinning Co.

AL Jaleel

1999

Jordan Factory

MEC

1999

Sheikh Hussein Bridge

East Star

2000

Amman Financial Market

Abu Aisha

2000

Diabetes Center

East Star

2000

Bachelor School

East Star

2000

Telemetry for Salt

Morganti

2000

Aqaba Gate

Consolidated Co.

2000

Telemetry for al Karak

Diran

2001

Tobacco factory

Technical services

2001

Aqaba Hand made area

Al darras

2001

Rum Village

United Engineers

2002

Aqaba Industrial city

ABB

2002

Stores village

Al Darras

2002

9th Area in Aqaba

Al Darras

2002

Al wala Dam

AEGEK

2002

Stadiums Lighting

Hiba Est.

2002

Drugs Quality Control

Code Cont.

2003

Al Omary Border

Natinal constructions

2003

Aqaba Yakht

Al Fadel Eng.

2003

Main Projects and Customers

Sahab sport city

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Different Projects Contractor

Year

Al mujeb Dam

Kolin

2003

AL shamiah in Aqaba

Al Darras

2003

Ma'daba Road Lighting

Al yahya

2003

Al-Omari Border

Abu Aisha

2004

Mecca Mall

Abdoun Trading co.

2004

King Hussein Gardens

Harbi Shubeilat

2004

Ma'in Water Treatment

Morganti

2004

Union for tobacco manufacturing

Technical services

2004

City Mall

Alpha

2005

Mecca Mall

Al Kurdi

2005

Shaksheer Centre

Hiba Est.

2005

Haier’s Expansion

Haier

2005

Al Hussein’s Mosque

ACCC

2005

Al Karamah’s Borders

Harbi Shubeilat

2005

Abdoun Club

Alsamah

2005

Alghad TV

AMTEC

2005

Dayn Corp

AMTEC

2005

C-town

2005

Carrefour

Badawieh

2005

Esteklal Mall

Consolidated Est.

2005

National Museum

Hiba Est

2006

Royal Village

Engineering House

2006

Amman Design Center

Khaled Maraqa

2006

Emaar Towers

Hussein Attiah

2007

Taj Mall

Haddadinco

2008

Vartex commercial complex

Abnyah Electro-Mechanical

2008

Amman– Jarash Highway

Munier Al-Ali CO

2008

Saudi Embassy

Abu Assiah CO

2008

Hair Jordan Plant

LG

2009

Vertex Towers

Abnyah Electro-Mechanical

2009

Saraya Aqaba (zone K &I)

Hiba Est

2009

Queen Alia International Airport

J&P

2009

Main Projects and Customers

Project Name

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Wastewater Treatment Project Name

Contractor

Year

Wadi Mousa waste water Project

Farhan Abu Hamdan Co.

1998

Samra treatment Project

Morganti

1998

Kafrein Dam Project

Salini Italstrade

1998

Al Taibat Village

Al Andalus Jordanian Co.

1998

Kafrein Water

Hussain Atiah

2001

Dair Ala- Zai water Expansion

ABB

2003

Aqaba Water Treatment

Morganti

2004

Samra Water Treatment

Vici Energies

2006

Tallbieh Water Treatment

Opera Pubbliche

2006

Amman East Power Plant

Doosan Heavy Industries

2007

Ghabawi Landfill Project

Issa & Nafa'a

2007

Al Shobak Water Treatment

Aqua Treat

2009

4.3 Local Main Customers Main Customers Semi Government

Share Holders Co

Armed forces

JEPCO

National Chlorine Industries

Civil aviation authority

NEPCO

Specialized steel

Royal Scientific Society

EDCO

Jordan flour mills

Ministry of transportation

IDECO

ALKEENA hygienic Paper Mill

The Great Amman Municipality

Jordan cement factories

Specialty food Co.

TV and radio Station

Jordan petroleum Refinery Co.

Modern Aluminum Industries Co

Zarqa free trade zone

Jordan phosphates mine Co.

Jordan Manufacturing Co.

Ports Institution

Arab Potash Co.

Jordan Canning Co.

Aqaba Railway

Petra Engineering Industries

Royal air force bid

International Tobacco Co.

Main Projects and Customers

Governments

Elba House W.L.L

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4.4 Export Main Customers Export Main Customers Country

Year

UR General Est.

Iraq

1997

General Ministry of Interior

Iraq

1998

M.H.Sabrah & sons for Trade Investment

Yemen

1998

Al Ashwal for electric trade and Agencies

Yemen

1998

Al Ahmar Group

Yemen

1998

Al Saghir Sons

Yemen

1998

General Establishment for Middle Electric distribution

Iraq

1999

General establishment for Water and Sewerage

Iraq

1999

Ministry of industry

Iraq

1999

UNDP- North Iraq

Iraq

1999

Al Hassani Est

Iraq

1999-2007

Public Electric Corp

Yemen

1999

Carbonate AL Calcium Project

Iraq

2000

Ministry of Education

Iraq

2000

Saudi Modern Company for metals, Cables and plastic industry

KSA

2000

Al Jahmah for trading Co.

Kuwait

2000

Middle East Traffic Light

Qatar

2001

Iraq Oil Ministry

Iraq

2002

Al Rashid for Trading

Yemen

2002

Al Ela’al Est.

KSA

2002

Al Fida’ for engineering

Kuwait

2002

Al Ahlia Co.

Kuwait

2003-2006

MESC Specialized Cables

KSA

2003-2007

KBF Trading & Contracting Co.

Qatar

2004-2006

Saudi Electrical Company (SEC)

KSA

2005-2007

Gulf Farabi

KSA

2005

QAPCO

Qatar

2006

Drake & Scull

UAE

2006

Jersey Industrial Co.

Qatar

2006

KBR Government & Infrastructure

USA

2006-2007

Consolidated Contractors International Company (CCIC)

UAE

2007

Hail Hospital

KSA

2007

Pearl GTL

Qatar

2007

General Trading Group GTG

UAE

2007-2008

Main Projects and Customers

Name

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4.4 Export Main Customers Export Main Customers Country

Year

Megatec

Qatar

2007

Prime Engineering

UAE

2007

Al Fahjan Contracting

UAE

2007

Al FAnar

KSA

2008

Dubai Electricity and water Authority (DEWA)

UAE

2008

Shamal & Waris Trading Co

UAE

2008

AREVA

KSA

2008

Drake & Scull

KSA

2008

Arabian BEMCO

KSA

2008

Toledo Trading Co.

UAE

2008

ARAMCO

KSA

2008

Litwin

KSA

2009

BEMCO

KSA

2009

KAUST

KSA

2009

MAADEN Project

KSA

2009

AREVA

KSA

2009

Apollo Ent.

Libya

2009

Kingdom of Sheba Project

UAE

2009

Princes Noura Unversity

KSA

2009

Main Projects and Customers

Name

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4.5 JNC cables Reference List

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4.5 Approvals

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Part 5: MESC-Jordan Certificates & Accreditations

5.1 BASEC Product and Quality Management System Approval Certificates

Certificates and accreditations 5.1


Part 5: MESC-Jordan Certificates & Accreditations

5.1 BASEC Product and Quality Management System Approval Certificates

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5.1 BASEC Product and Quality Management System Approval Certificates

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Part 5: MESC-Jordan Certificates & Accreditations

5.1 BASEC Product and Quality Management System Approval Certificates

Certificates and accreditations 5.5


Part 5: MESC-Jordan Certificates & Accreditations

5.1 BASEC Product and Quality Management System Approval Certificates

Certificates and accreditations 5.6


Part 5: MESC-Jordan Certificates & Accreditations

5.1 BASEC Product and Quality Management System Approval Certificates

Certificates and accreditations 5.7


Part 5: MESC-Jordan Certificates & Accreditations

5.1 BASEC Product and Quality Management System Approval Certificates

Certificates and accreditations 5.8


Part 5: MESC-Jordan Certificates & Accreditations

5.1 BASEC Product and Quality Management System Approval Certificates

Certificates and accreditations 5.9


Part 5: MESC-Jordan Certificates & Accreditations

5.1 BASEC Product and Quality Management System Approval Certificates

Certificates and accreditations 5.10


Part 5: MESC-Jordan Certificates & Accreditations

5.1 BASEC Product and Quality Management System Approval Certificates

Certificates and accreditations 5.11


Part 5: MESC-Jordan Certificates & Accreditations

5.1 BASEC Product and Quality Management System Approval Certificates

Certificates and accreditations 5.12


Part 5: MESC-Jordan Certificates & Accreditations

5.2 ISO Certificate/ SGS ISO 9001:2000 Certificate

Certificates and accreditations 5.13


Part 5: MESC-Jordan Certificates & Accreditations

5.3 Jordan Quality Mark Certificate Jordan Quality Mark certificate

Certificates and accreditations 5.14


Part 5: MESC-Jordan Certificates & Accreditations

5.4 Registration as a Public limited company MESC-Jordan's Registration as a Public limited company

Certificates and accreditations 5.15


Part 5: MESC-Jordan Certificates & Accreditations

5.5 Chamber of Industry Registration Registration in The Chamber of Industry

Certificates and accreditations 5.16


Part 6: MESC-Jordan Product Range

MESC-Jordan Standard Product Range The most common products of JNC cables may be Summarized briefly in the following Table, The complete Mesc Jordan line of products may be found In Mesc Jordan product catalogue which contains the most common products with full details and specifications for each size and type. Mesc Jordan also meets special designs according to customers requests and desires in coordination with the Sales Department.

Mesc Jordan Products Product Families Manufactured:

1. Domestic wires and flexible Cables 2. Low Voltage power Cables. 3. Overhead Conductors. 4. Special Cables.

Manufacturing standards:

BS, IEC, ASTM, VDE, DIN and NFC

Product Range 6.1


Part 7: Type Test Certificates

7.1 Introduction As part of MESC-Jordan devotion to high quality products, MESC-Jordan has arranged since its establishment various relations with different professional organizations that accredited MESC-Jordan . A better performance and quality became an irrevocable JNC cables attribute. MESC-Jordan obtains a varied number of test certificates from reputable laboratories and institutions. The most common are the following • RSS regular test certificates. • BSI type test certificate. • KEMA type test certificate • NFC type test certificate. • CPRI & TAG type test certificate.

Test Certificates 7.1


Part 7: BSI Test Certificates

Test Certificates 7.2


Part 7: BSI Test Certificates

Test Certificates 7.3


Part 7: BSI Test Certificates

Test Certificates 7.4


Part 7: BSI Test Certificates

Test Certificates 7.5


Part 7: BSI Test Certificates

Test Certificates 7.6


Part 7: BSI Test Certificates

Test Certificates 7. 7


Part 7: BSI Test Certificates

Test Certificates 7.8


Part 7: BSI Test Certificates

Test Certificates 7.9


Part 7: BSI Test Certificates

Test Certificates 7.10


Part 7: BSI Test Certificates

Test Certificates 7.11


Part 7: BSI Test Certificates

Test Certificates 7.12


Part 7: KEMA Test Certificates

Test Certificates 7.13


Part 7: KEMA Test Certificates

Test Certificates 7.14


Part 7: LCIE Test Certificates

Test Certificates 7.15


Part 7: TAG Test Certificates

Test Certificates 7.16


Part 8: MESC-Jordan Financial Report

financial Report 8.1


Part 8: MESC-Jordan financial Report

financial Report 8.2


Part 8: MESC-Jordan financial Report

financial Report 8.3


Part 8: MESC-Jordan financial Report

financial Report 8.4


Part 8: MESC-Jordan financial Report

financial Report 8.5


Part 8: MESC-Jordan financial Report

financial Report 8.6


MESC-AMMAN Prequalification  

Prequalification file

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