Emirates Glass wins major deals

Local quality glass producer Emirates Glass Limited has won contracts to supply 68,000 square metres of its high quality EmiCool glass to five major projects in Dubai.

The Al Quoz-based producer is not only making major forays into highly competitive international markets, but is continuing to consolidate its position on its home turf by winning major contracts from prestigious clients."Our single-largest order is from Emaar Properties' ongoing Dubai Marina project. We have been contracted to supply 19,000 square metres of EmiCool to this prestigious project," said Jerry Dowling, general manager, Emirates Glass.

He said Emirates Glass has completed three of the complex's towers. "We are now working on two more Dubai Marina towers and expect to finish work by March."

He said the glass producer has won two separate contracts from Engineering Aluminium and Multiforms to supply 19,000 square metres of EmiCool to the Green Community project in Dubai.

"We will supply 11,000 square metres to Multiform and 8,000 square metres to Engineering Aluminium for their projects at Dubai Investments project," said Dowling.

He said the fourth contract has been signed with Alabbar Aluminium for the 21st Century Tower. Its architect is WS Atkins. "We supplied 16,000 square metres of EmiCool glass to dress the residential-cum-commercial tower," said Dowling.

Recently, the company won a contract to supply 10,000 square metres of EmiCool NN glass to the world-class The Gate.

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Date: 6 January 2004
Source: Gulf-news.com

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