Emirates Glass seeks bigger share in $40bn worth of airport expansion projects

Emirates Glass, regional market leaders in supplying high quality glass products with its premium brands and one of Dubai Investment Group's subsidiaries, is targeting a major slice of the more than US$40 billion worth of airport expansion projects currently under way through its participation in Airport Build and Supply Exhibition 2006.“Such massive investments give us an ideal opportunity to seek our share of the expanding regional market.

The prestigious Airport Build and Supply Exhibition scheduled to be held in Dubai from June 5 – 7, 2006 will offer us an ideal opportunity to achieve this,” said Mr. Ziad Yazbeck, Director of Sales & Marketing, Emirates Glass.

At the exhibition, the company will showcase its diverse range of EmiCool Sun and EmiCool Super E2 Low-E glass products, which offer airport designers optimal solutions for their prime requirements without neglecting the value of aesthetic design. The stand will also display the company's recent innovations in all aspects of glass production, including construction, fabrication and the use of façade technology.

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