Danube opens $2.7m showroom in Al Dibba
Al Dibba, June 4, 2011
Dubai-based Danube Building Materials, a leader in construction and shop fitting industries, opened its Dh10 million ($2.72 million) building materials showroom in Al Dibba, UAE.
Inaugurated by Mohammad Abdulla Sultan Al Salami, chairman, Civil Aviation, Fujairah, the 30,000 sq ft showroom is being packaged as a B2B retail unit completely equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and a modern look.
The showroom is looking to target government expansion projects and the local Arab community based in its vicinity. The new branch will offer a collection of products like luxury sanitary ware, ceramic tiles and chandeliers along with steel, wood, MDF, hardware, ceilings, parquet flooring, window covering, wallpapers and aluminum cladding.
“I congratulate the Danube Group on the opening of their new showroom in the Al Dibba. This event reflects the continuing efforts to drive in more business and investment opportunities into Fujairah and help in its growth and development,” said Al Salami.
“The Danube Building Materials showroom will be a strategic complement to current ongoing projects in the emirate and will allow developers easier and quicker access to world class building materials,” he added.
Rizwan Sajan, chairman, Danube Building Materials, said: “The opening of our 27th retail facility not only marks our move to create stronger market presence in the region but also reflects our commitment towards providing our customers with world class high quality building materials.”
“Al Dibba is slowly emerging as one of the key growth areas in Fujairah and we are eyeing to play a major role in its development, further targeting government expansion plan and private development projects in the area. Aside from these, we are also looking to mark our presence within the local community and be a key provider of materials that they will need,” he added.
Anis Sajan, managing director, Danube Building Materials, said: “The opening of this new Dh10 million facility is part of Danube’s steadfast commitment to create a key presence in the Middle East region.”
“Over the years, our pioneering move to introduce key showrooms that carry all your essential needs in building materials has received overwhelming response from our customers. Rest assured, we will continue to live up to our reputation of being providers of world-class materials by understanding the demands and requirements of our growing customer base,” he concluded. – TradeArabia News Service
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