Dubai construction contractor and interiors firm Depa Ltd said on Monday that its group chief executive Nadim Akhras had resigned for personal reasons.
Pending the appointment of a permanent replacement, the board's steering c
Depa, a leading global interior contracting company, signed new contracts worth over Dh719 million ($195.6 million) in the first half of 2015 winning landmark deals in Dubai while expanding into new international territories.
Depa, a leading interior contracting solutions provider based in Dubai, UAE, has registered a net profit after non-controlling interest (NCI) of Dh15 million ($4.08 million) for the first quarter, up seven per cent compared to Dh14 million ($3.8
Depa, one of the leading interior contracting companies based in Dubai, UAE, has appointed Nadim Akhras as the group chief executive officer, effective immediately.
Akhras has over 23 years of experience in the engineering and con
Depa, one of the world’s leading interior contracting companies, has registered a net profit of Dh46 million ($12.5 million) for the nine months compared to Dh11 million ($3 million) for the same period last year.
Leading interior contracting company Depa has signed two new interior fit-out contracts totalling Dh144 million ($39.1 million) with the Emerald Palace Kempinski Hotel, Palm Jumeirah, and the Novotel World Trade Centre, both in Dubai, UAE.
Dubai-based Depa, one of the world’s leading interior contracting companies, has secured new contracts valued at Dh304 million ($82.7 million) in Asia and Europe.
Design Studio Group, Depa’s Asian-based subsidiary and Singap
Hasan Ismaik, the former chief executive of embattled contractor Arabtec Holding, has resigned as chairman of Dubai interiors firm Depa.
Ismaik told Reuters on Tuesday that he had left Depa, which has fitted out a number of Dubai&
Depa, a leading Dubai-based interior contracting company, has registered a 27 per cent jump in its net profit for the first quarter which rose to Dh14 million ($3.8 million) compared to Dh11 million last year.
Depa reported a thre
Dubai builder Arabtec Holding said on Monday that it had no plans to increase its stake in interior contracting firm Depa.
Recent media speculation about increasing its stake in Depa was baseless and "there are no plans at th