Emirates Glass completes supply to Etihad terminal

Date: 8 April 2008
Source: Emirates Glass LLC.
Emirates Glass LLC (EGL), one of the leading processors of architectural flat glass in the Middle East and a subsidiary of Glass LLC, which is wholly owned by Dubai Investments (DI), has announced that it has supplied 8,000 square metres of its premium EmiCool High performance glass products to the Etihad Airways Terminal at Abu Dhabi airport.

Emirates Glass completed the delivery of EmiTherm sealed insulated glass units comprising of 8mm Emicool Plus NE270 Grey outer pane and 17.52mm clear laminated inner pane which apart from superb light and heat control, offers excellent acoustic insulation which is an important aspect of modern airport design worldwide. Folcra Beach Industrial Company LLC is the architectural aluminium curtainwall contractor for the project.

Mr. Ziad Yazbeck, General Manager, Emirates Glass, said: “We are pleased to have been able to supply our products before the delivery date which shows our firm commitment to our clients and consolidates our strength in being a world class supplier of premium glass products for prestigious projects such as the Abu Dhabi airport.”

The Etihad Airways terminal project is part of the US$6.8 billion Abu Dhabi airport expansion programme. This is the second time Emirates Glass has supplied the Abu Dhabi Airport with its premium glass products. The company had previously supplied its products to the airport’s temporary terminal in 2005.”

“These diverse contracts from various projects in the UAE and the region are due to our consistent efforts on upgrading and expanding our product line. Our ongoing expansion programme has greatly enhanced our chances of getting fresh contracts, thereby affirming our position as market leaders,” remarked Mr. Yazbeck.

“Emirates Glass has also delivered many projects in the UAE, Iran and Qatar. Our strength has always been due to our reputation as a reliable premium glass product supplier in terms of quality, performance and delivery,” Mr. Yazbeck pointed out.

“We are confident of further success and delivery at record times as Emirates Glass continues to build on its growth momentum,” Mr. Yazbeck concluded.

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