Emirates Glass won $27.2mn projects in H1 2017
Of the total, AED 50mn of projects are based in the GCC
UAE-based Emirates Glass has announced significant growth in profits, with the company being awarded mega projects worth a total value of AED 100mn ($27.23mn) during the first half of the year.
The company is executing more than AED 50mn (13.6mn) worth of contracts in the GCC, across the UAE, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia, and has also won contracts for a number of projects across Asia.
“The surging demand for EGL’s eco-friendly glass further reinforces the growing commitment towards sustainable development and green building principles,” said company executive president, Rizwanulla Khan.
“With such quality products, Emirates Glass is aggressively aiming at increased market share in existing and new geographies. The company’s performance reflects how sustainability guides the decisions it makes every day.”
Projects include reflective coated glass products for the Ministries Complex in Kuwait, Dubai’s first greenhouse - “The Quran Park,” the Enterprise Command and Control Centre (EC3) for the emirate’s Roads and Transport Authority and the ITCC and Maad towers in Saudi Arabia.