Avant in distribution deal with Danube, Al Taif
Dubai, May 16, 2013
Avant, a top manufacturer of construction and interior products, has tied up with the UAE’s leading distributors Danube and Al Taif group for stocking its range of flooring, roofing, ceiling and wall-paneling products.
Avant products are made up of a German-engineered composite, a statement said.
The range has received wide-spread popularity across the globe for its sustainability and unmatched durability, it added.
Commenting on the launch of products in the Middle East, Antonio Varghese, chairman and CEO of Avant Holding, said: “We are very pleased to introduce our full range of products to the UAE. We look forward to providing our customers and stakeholders in the Emirates and the Gulf region with an experience like no other when it comes to meeting their requirements for elegant, yet sustainable, flooring, paneling and roofing.”
“All Avant products have been designed to withstand extreme weather conditions without cracking, discoloring or deteriorating. Avant products have insulating qualities that may reduce electricity costs by up to 20-25 percent, resulting in lower carbon emissions.
“We redefine the next-generation of sustainable products with Avant products, which are suitable for a wide spectrum of applications – from commercial to residential spaces, resorts to restaurants, hotels to hospitals, showrooms and ship decks,” explained Varghese.
Avant flooring in particular is designed to resemble wood but presents none of the liabilities associated with wood, according to the statement.
Avant roofing is made up of a combination of carbon fibre and ASA composite, available in two styles - Avant Premium and Avant Royal.
Avant roofing is fire retardant, heat resistant, acid/alkali/corrosion-proof, waterproof and UV proof. It is available in a range of colours and uses unique colour guard technology where each sheet is coated so its colour will never fade, even in harsh desert sun. – TradeArabia News Service
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