Gulf Extrusions showcases key products
Dubai, October 27, 2010
Gulf Extrusions, one of the largest aluminum extrusion plants in the Gulf, showcased its latest line of architectural application products and urban development furniture, at the recent Saudi Build expo.
One of the Middle East region’s largest construction and building-materials exhibition, Saudi Build, was held recently at the Riyadh International Conference and Exhibition Centre.
During the event, the leading aluminium extrusion company also showcased the benefits of using aluminum based products and applications to key Middle Eastern construction and building-material companies.
Gulf Extrusions featured its latest line of profiles ranging from architectural sections to construction components, AC Grills and other customized products. The company also highlighted its line of urban development furniture like light posts, metal doors, gates and facades, said a top official.
Modar Al Mekdad, general manager, Gulf Extrusions, said, "Participating in Saudi Build 2010 allowed us to showcase our latest range of architectural application products and urban development furniture models to some of the region’s leading construction and building material companies."
"We were also able to meet with international builders and construction companies from key markets like Africa and Europe," he added.
Gulf Extrusions, part of the Al Ghurair Group of Companies, produces aluminium profiles ranging from architectural sections to components of construction, AC grills and customized products.-TradeArabia News Service
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