Emirates Glass wins two major orders to supply 50,000 square meters of glass

Emirates Glass, a Dubai Investments subsidiary and leading supplier of premium architectural glass products, has won major orders to supply a total of 50,000 square meters of its EmiCool range to two prestigious projects in Dubai.

The company will supply 34,000 square meters of its 8mm EmiCool CR14 Blue Green for the curtain wall and EmiCool NN35 Clear for windows for the Park Place Tower project on Sheikh Zayed Road, opposite Dubai World Trade Centre.It is also contracted to supply 16,000 square meters of its 8mm EmiCool Sun NN60 Solar Control Green glass for the Harbour Plaza project, close to Garhoud Bridge at the Dubai Festival City.

"These orders confirm the wide acceptance of our premium quality products which are made especially to suit the harsh environmental conditions imposed by the Gulf climate. Our diverse range of glass is ideal for most glazing applications. The ever-increasing number of major orders which Emirates Glass has been receiving is a good indication of our market strength and our ability to provide energy-saving glass fully compliant with 'Green Building' principles," said Mr. Jerry Dowling, General Manager, Emirates Glass.

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Date: 15 March 2006
Source: Ameinfo.com

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