Warning System in the King Abdul Aziz Sea Port, Dammam, Saudi Arabia
In March, 2018, Telegrafia’s workers travelled to Dammam, Saudi Arabia, to install a warning system. The system consists of seven Pavian electronic sirens, one LCU15 local control unit, and the Vektra® software.
Dammam (Arabic: الدمام ad-Dammām) is the capital of the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia and the sixth largest town in the country, after Riyadh, Jeddah, Mecca, Medina and Taif. The King Abdul Aziz Sea Port, located on the coast of the Persian Gulf, is the second largest and second busiest port in Saudi Arabia.
Pavian electronic sirens near in the King Abdul Aziz Sea Port in Dammam
Vektra® software in the control centre
Michal and Milos from Telegrafia with our Arabic colleagues
Dining in a traditional Arabic style: Delicious camel and mutton on a plate
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Miroslava is the marketing manager. She has been working for Telegrafia for more than twelve years. She began as a business department assistant and later worked as an educational centre coordinator. Since her return from maternity leave, she has been working for the marketing department. The experience and knowledge she has gained give her a solid base for the challenging and creative work she is now doing for the marketing department. She loves running, and keeps fit by regular training and preparing for half-marathon competitions.
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