RWI to launch new rubber products
Dubai, March 15, 2011
Rubber World Industries (RWI), a leading manufacturer of closed-cell rubber insulation ‘Gulf-O-Flex’ in the Gulf and South East Asia, has announced the launch of four new rubber-based products.
A part of Shaikhani Group of Companies, RWI said the move is part of its strategic initiative to keep up with the increasing demand for world-class rubber based building products in the region’s flourishing construction and development industry.
The new product line includes Slitting Tubes; Slitting Tubes with adhesive; Cladding Tubes and Sheets with Aluminum and Cladding sheets, said a RWI statement.
All products boast of environmental-friendly features, cost effective and ready to use without wastage such as being dust free, fiber free, CFC free, Zero ODP and low VOCs, making the products mold and mildew resistant, it added.
RWI plans to invest $5 million towards the development and creation of its new 2011 product line, said a top official.
“We are very excited with the launch of these four new products, which compliments our existing range and our move to expand our market share and presence in the GCC region,” remaarked Muzammil Shaikhani, managing director, RWI.
'The region’s construction and development industry is rapidly recovering from the recent economic downturn, as seen in the resumption of development in stalled projects and the start of newer ones,' he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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