Emirates Glass inks deal with EFG

Emirates Glass, in association with LumiGlass Industries and Saudi American Glass Company, has signed a Dhs20m agreement with Emirates Float Glass to buy 20% of EFG’s total glass production.

Under the agreement, EGL and its sister companies will collectively purchase 100,000 square metres of glass from EFG every month.The major supply of the order, which amounts to an annual 1.2 million square metres of glass, will go to Emirates Glass.

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