REDX Industries eyes new markets
Manama, February 10, 2011
REDX Industries was set up about nine months ago in Bahrain as a spin out company from its parent Downtown Construction.
The company specialises in ready-mix, concrete blocks paving and precast flooring plus crushed aggregate and sand.
At present in its brand new facility in the kingdom, it serves mainly its parent company but it has plans to change that and find new external markets.
'We have just completed a new state-of-the-art factory with some of the most advanced German machinery in the industry,' said operations manager Martyn Pawson.
'This will be the highest output plant of its kind in the kingdom with a workforce of 400 and it will give us the capacity to supply Downtown Construction while making inroads elsewhere in the market.
'In order to tap into other business in Bahrain, we decided that the best way to get ourselves noticed across the construction industry was to take part in this show and my first impression is that this was certainly a good decision.
'We are here to introduce the company to the market so people know about the integrated supply we can offer,' he said.
'We think this is the best place to launch a new company on the market and we have already had a reasonable amount of interest from the industry,' he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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