Eaton Powers DP World Tumoohi Program


Eaton has announced today a collaboration to support DP World’s Tumoohi training programme by providing young UAE nationals with an opportunity to gain professional experience in the energy sector. “Emirati professionals will gain insights into best practices across a wide range of departments from Human Resources, Global Trade Management, Supply Chain, and Procurement at Eaton Middle East’s regional headquarters in National Industries Park, Jebel Ali, Dubai. Additionally, participants will also be able to work with Eaton teams across the EMEA region, ensuring a global perspective and the opportunity to collaborate with industry leaders,” the company said.

Marwan Al Jassmi, Senior Vice President of People at DP World GCC, said, “Our collaboration with Eaton underscores DP World’s unwavering commitment to nurturing Emirati talent and broadening their exposure to different industries. By combining Eaton’s global expertise with our Tumoohi programme, we aim to provide young Emiratis with a world-class training experience in the energy sector. This partnership is an investment in the future leaders of our nation.”

Heba Abaza, Human Resources Leader, Eaton Middle East, said, “Eaton is committed to developing the next generation of Emirati talent, in line with the strategic national plans set by the UAE government. Through our headquarters in Dubai and our newly opened Customer Experience Centre, we can provide participants of this exceptional programme the exposure to work with one of the world’s leading global power management companies. We aim to provide young and talented Emiratis with the capabilities and expertise of working with a global company in a local environment, gaining professional and specialized skills to prepare them for working in the private and public sectors.”

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