ROSEN Middle East FZEs activities are divided across various departments: Field Inspection Survey, Maintenance, Data Evaluation, Logistics and Service Coordination.
Field Inspection Survey is responsible for on-site activities such as tool launching, receiving and tracking while inspecting the pipelines. This department includes qualified survey engineers and crew technicians.
Maintenance is responsible for tool-related activities such as mechanical and electronic assembly, tool preparations and final testing.
Data Evaluation covers assessment of the measurements and data retrieved during inspections.
Logistics looks after the shipping activities and material stock and purchasing activities.
Service Coordination includes the project managers and administrators who work directly with clients to help ROSEN Middle East FZE meet their needs and requirements.
ROSEN Middle East FZE also has a management function that includes vital departments such as Sales and Marketing, Finance, Human Resources, QHSE, Best Practice and Technical Advisors.
Facts & Figures
ROSEN Middle East FZE is located in a highly developed free zone that has its own seaport. Ease of access to the port and special status for direct foreign investment makes Jebel Ali Free Zone an attractive place to do business. ROSEN Dubai operates as a completely independent company, working under the rules and regulations of the United Arab Emirates, in line with international business laws.
ROSEN Middle East FZE is a very employee-friendly company and the working atmosphere is one of the best. Having employees from 11 different nations makes for a truly global workplace.
Living and working in Dubai
Dubai, often called "The City of Gold," is a place of great contrasts and dazzling surroundings, ranging from the shimmering modern skyscrapers to the beautiful mosques and simple wind towers that have remained with the city throughout its impressive evolution. The trade-focused Dubai is a progressive melting pot of cultures and lifestyles, with shopping and entertainment at its forefront. However, its parks, mountains, sand dunes and beaches offer many pleasant retreats from the captivating downtown area.
The Souqs (outdoor markets) of Deira are an integral part of city life. Here you can shop for spices, clothing, textiles, rugs — and even electronics — and at the Gold Souq, discover jewelry made from just about every material under the sun. There are also indoor shopping malls, stylish hotels and fine restaurants and museums, such as the Dubai Museum (in one of the city's oldest buildings), which holds a variety of art and multimedia. Dubai's central creek is a historical focus for the city, which you can tour via water taxi, or just walk alongside one of the promenades or parks.