Middle East Specialized Cables Company (MESC), a leading manufacturer of industrial, instrumentation and process control cables based in Saudi, has inked a deal with a consortium of Gulf-based banks on rescheduling loans worth SR530 million ($140 million) for six years.
What does MESC stand for?
MESC stands for Middle East Specialized Cables (Saudi Arabia; est. 1993)
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We have 82 other meanings of MESC in our Acronym Attic
- Metabolic Engineering and Systems Biology Laboratory (Greece)
- Michigan Employment Security Board of Review
- Magnavox Electronic Systems Company
- Maritime Education Standards Council
- Master Events Sequencer Controller (NASA)
- Master of Environmental Science
- Materials and Equipment Standards and Code
- Medical Equipment Service of California (Inglewood, CA)
- Member of The European Society of Cardiology
- Michigan Employment Security Commission
- Middle East Student Conference (Israel)
- Middle East Studies Center (various universities)
- Middle East Supply Center (logistic installation for allies in WWII)
- Ministry of Education, Sports and Culture (Samoa)
- Minnesota Environmental Studies Club
- Modular Equipment Standards Committee
- Molecular Equipment Subcommittee for Communications
- Mount Eliza Secondary College (Australia)
- Museum Educators of Southern California
- Mining Equipment and Services Council of Australia
Samples in periodicals archive:
RIYADH-BASED Middle East Specialized Cables Company (MESC), the leading manufacturer of all instrumentation and control cables in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region, recently inaugurated a new plant for producing Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) products in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Middle East Specialized Cables Company (MESC), the manufacturer of instrumentation and control cables, recently opened a new plant for producing polyvinyl chloride (PVC) products in Riyadh.
Hashem Al Huneidi, CEO of Middle East Specialized Cables (MESC), said his company had responded to the latest developments by studying what the market needed and proceeding to offer the required products and services.