HORN opens Middle East Service Center

Date: 27 May 2011
Source: HORN Glass Industries AG
Due to the increasing demand in the Middle East region, HORN has decided to open a service centre in Ras Al Khaimah together with Glass Source FZC.

The objective of this service centre is to offer the customer the highest level of technical service and support. The following team of five experts are at the customers’ disposal:
Person Department Languages
1 Mr. Josef Dietl Head of Furnace department German – English
2 Mr. Goran Johansson Mr. Head of IS machine department Swedish – English
3 Mr. Farid Ghafourian Mechanical Engineer Farsi – English
4 Mr. Farhan Ashraf Control Engineer Urdu – English
5 Mrs. Manar Maher Secretary Arabic – English

The contact details of the HORN Middle East Service Centre are:

HORN Middle East Service Centre
Office no.122, Business Centre 3
Ras Al Khaimah Free Trade Zone
Ras Al Khaimah, UAE

Tel: + 971 7 204 12 16
Fax: + 971 7 204 12 17
Email: info@glasssource.ae

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