EBS unveils innovative products
Dubai, November 23, 2008
Emirates Building Systems (EBS), a subsidiary of Dubai Investments Industries and a regional pioneer in the construction of high-rise steel buildings, is showcasing its range of innovative products at ‘The Big 5’ show.
EBS will put on display a wide array of products including hot rolled steel structures for multi-storied buildings and high-rise towers.
The company will also showcase its portfolio of project engineering and consultancy services being offered to its clients.
Commenting on the company’s participation at the exhibition, Fouad Arwadi, general manager sales of Emirates Building Systems, said, “The Big 5 show, with its stellar exhibitor line-up and high number of trade visitors, provides us an excellent platform to explore business opportunities and forge strategic partnerships."
"We expect our participation at this year’s show to be particularly successful, as the exhibition comes at a time when demand for steel structures is on the rise across the region as a result of a shift in favor of steel structural frames amongst the real estate community," he noted.
“Ensuring a strong presence at high-profile industry events is central to EBS’ marketing strategy, and we look forward to establishing new relationships and reinforcing our market presence by capitalizing on the opportunities offered by The Big 5 show,” Arwadi added.
EBS had recently completed the expansion of its factory in the UAE to take the company’s annual production capacity to over 75,000 metric tonnes.
EBS has also set up additional fabrication facilities in the GCC and the Indian subcontinent.-TradeArabia News Service
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