Manar Al Omran launches new products
Manama, May 6, 2014
Manar Al Omran Scaffoldings and Engineering, a Bahrain-based company that buys, sells and rents scaffolding, formwork, props and woods, has introduced new slabform shoring and formwork products to the market at gulfBID exhibition, which opened today.
The new slab form shoring systems include Manar early striking, M2 shoring system, Manar lock and cuplock shoring, Manar ring system, and Manar tableform system, while the new formwork line comprise the Manar climbing system and special formwork, according to Mohammed Fawzy, its branch manager.
At last year’s event, Manar Al Omran Scaffoldings and Engineering met a large number of clients and gained “a good insight” into the market, says Fawzy who is hopeful that the company achieves the same response this time round.
Established in July 2009, Manar Al Omran Scaffoldings and Engineering has its head office in Hoora. The company recently opened two new branches in the Middle East and intends to open an office in a European country, to boost its network which currently includes branches in Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman, Egypt, India and China.
The company also plans to open its second warehouse in Bahrain shortly.
Ambitions run high at Manar Al Omran which aims to establish itself as “one of the most prominent and successful companies that buy and sell, and rent out steel scaffolding and formwork and casting moulded mineral in the Middle East and with a reach to the global market”, according to Fawzy, who is looking at boosting the company’s visibility to generate new business.
Looking ahead, he says the company’s business strategy will focus on ensuring customer satisfaction through providing excellent services. “Manar Al Omran is committed to providing a high level of services and products according to international quality standards,” he says.
The firm has successfully supplied its products to numerous projects in Bahrain including its cuplock system to a 21-storey building in Juffair for Hassan Lari Group; formwork/cuplock system to Bait Abdul Malik Ceremonial Hall in Galali for Meshwar Construction; cuplock to a 10-storey four-star hotel in Seef for Skyline Trading and Construction; and Korean frames/steel board for a project in Hoora for Al Fadel Construction.
Among the projects where its systems are currently being used are Shaikh Isa Mosque (cuplock system and frames) and 154 villas (props/cuplock system) in Diyar Al Muharraq by Middle East Contracting and Al Hedaya Contracting respectively; a mixed-use development in Isa Town (shuttering and cuplock system) by Olympic Contracting; a 21-storey commercial building at Burhama (formwork/cuplock system) by Cannes Contracting; and Al Hedaya Commercial Centre in Manama (cuplock system) by Abdul Rehman Almansoori Construction.
Manar Al Omran Scaffoldings and Engineering is at Stand ID71. - TradeArabia News Service