Glass processing firm seeks to expand base

MANAMA: More than 260 architects, real estate investors and contractors turned up for the Keys to Glass Processing Perfection seminar organised by Bahrain-based Al Yousuf Thermo Glass at gulfBID 2008.

The seminar looked at how customers could select specific glass for specific jobs within the construction industry.

Al Yousuf, a major exhibitor at the show, is drawing up an ambitious expansion plan, which will see it boost its sales from the Bahrain market across the region.

Alyusuf Group managing director Basim H Alyusuf said the company made a considerable number of contacts during the show, which would likely result in more business when the glass company increases its capacity.

The company makes structured-glass for high-rise developments.

It currently controls about 40 per cent of the market in Bahrain, with very little in the way of exports elsewhere in the GCC as its capacity is largely taken up by the local market.

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Date: 13 May 2008
Source: Gulf-daily-news

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