This has put MENA firmly back on the map as a destination in which the business environment has greatly improved, with many analysts marking it the region with the most potential in the remainder of the next decade.
Middle East’s building industry continues to be a consumption hot spot and economic growth point in the world, it was estimated at around 20% from 2010 to 2014 which has in turn led to an increase in demand for fenestration and allied products such as doors, windows, glass, blinds, etc.,", further to benefit from the many hi-tech architectural projects in the works in the coming years. These projects are characterized by flawless design and refined materials.
Main product group:
aluminum • wood • PVC • FRP • hardware and other fittings
commercial • industrial • garages
Facades, Curtain walls
Structural glass • Aluminum • Stone facade and fittings • accessories
Skylights and sunroofs
Various kinds of airproofed sealing glue, sealant, silicones and cleaning agents
Steel and aluminum structure and accessories
Solar protection and ventilation equipment, blinds, shutters and awnings
Machinery for production, processing and installation
aluminum • wood • PVC • glass
Trade associations and service organizations
Winddorex Middle East 2013 will give you access to an exclusive market of business owners, industry leaders, Projects managers, architects, consultants, managers, manufacturers, designers and builders and industry professionals with specific interest in the fenestration industry. Your Participation will greatly assist in ensuring industry players across the Middle East and North Africa has the opportunity to meet and share their expert knowledge and unique experiences.