RAC Ceramics, Laticrete join real estate awards
Dubai, April 16, 2009
RAK Ceramics, the world's largest ceramic manufacturer, and its joint venture partner Laticrete have announced awards that will recognise the remarkable developments and achievements made by the Mena's real estate sector.
RAK Ceramics and Laticrete will be the headline sponsors of the Cityscape Middle East Real Estate awards, which will gather industry leaders at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Centre (Adnec) on April 19.
The awards, which will serve as one of the highlights of Cityscape Abu Dhabi running from April 19 to 22 at Adnec, will be divided into the main categories of architecture and development.
Entries will be judged according to their contributions to world architecture culture, invention and imagination, respect for people, the planet, context, environmental awareness and appropriateness in the Mena region.
'RAK Ceramics' sponsorship of the Cityscape Middle East Real Estate awards reaffirms our company's commitment to help promote and cultivate quality and creativity,” said Dr Khater Massaad, CEO, Rak Ceramics.
“With such a diverse participation, we are confident that the awards will be able to discover fresh ideas and new concepts that will help the real estate sector become ever more exciting in the future,” he added.
“Furthermore, it is also a privilege for us to contribute to the success of a key segment of Cityscape Abu Dhabi, which is one of the premier industry events in the region.'
RAK Ceramics is a $700 million global conglomerate in the ceramic industry that exports its products to more than 135 countries, targeting architects, project developers and retail customers.
It has entered into a joint venture in the UAE with Laticrete, a worldwide manufacturer and marketer of installation systems for ceramic tile and stone, to promote innovative technologies for tile and stone fixing. – TradeArabia News Service
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