RAK Ceramics launches new range
Dubai, November 7, 2013
RAK Ceramics, a leading ceramic products manufacturer based in Ras Al Khaimah, has launched its new product range at Saudi Build 2013, which concludes today (November 7) in Riyadh.
The B2B construction trade fair provides contractors, real estate developers and building owners with a full range of building solutions.
RAK Ceramics introduced its 2014 tiles collection, bathware, faucets and kitchen fitting during the fair.
“Saudi Build is the largest business-to-business construction fair in Saudi Arabia, which is our largest export market,” said Abdallah Massaad, CEO.
“Participating in this important event is essential for cementing our current links within the kingdom and for establishing new business opportunities that will allow us to grow further and develop even greater ties with constructors, real estate developers and property stakeholders throughout the country,” he added.
The company plans to open a new showroom for architects and interior design consultants in Jeddah, to maximise its brand exposure to key players involved in project fit-outs within the kingdom. The existing showroom at Riyadh, which was opened last year, services Dammam, Al Khobar and other cities.
“We have carefully customised and selected our wares to cater to the market demands of the kingdom as we continue to offer pioneering designed products that combine functionality with aesthetic appeal,” said Massaad.
The new products range, which will be available at its showrooms, include several tiles collection such as the Wood Art collection, Gres Porcellanato tiles collection Sequoia tiles and new ceramic wall tiles; European design bathware range scuh as Opulence, Elena and Metropolitan; and the Kludi range of faucets. - TradeArabia News Service
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