DI subsidiaries shine at ‘Made in UAE’ expo
Sharjah, December 10, 2013
Dubai Investments (DI) said 11 of its subsidiaries are showcasing their complete range of products and services at the ongoing ‘Made in UAE’ exhibition in Sharjah.
The DI subsidiaries include Glass, Emirates Building Systems, Globalpharma, Emirates Extruded Polystyrene, Marmum Dairy Farm, Dubai Cranes, Emirates Extrusion Factory (EEF), Lite-Tech Industries, Labtec, Gulf Dynamic Services and Gulf Metal Craft, said the company in a statement.
The exhibition, which runs till December 12 at the Expo Centre Sharjah, has brought together more than 100 exhibitors from different sectors, including industrial products, foodstuff, building materials, furniture and home decor.
Glass is showcasing its entire range of glass products for applications across various industries, while EBS is presenting an overview of its steel building products in the UAE, said the Dubai-based group.
Globalpharma is presenting its pharmaceutical manufacturing capabilities and EEF is providing a glimpse of its aluminium extrusion knowhow while Labtec is presenting its laboratory furniture solutions.
Marmum Dairy Farm is presenting its local production overview, while Lite-Tech is showcasing its lighting fixtures capabilities. Gulf Dynamic Services has on show its expertise in interior design while GMC is presenting its production knowledge in steel enclosures for electrical products, said the DI statement.
EEP is providing an overview of the extruded polystyrene insulation board materials; while Dubai Cranes is showcasing its specialisation in advanced overhead lifting solutions and maintenance services. - TradeArabia News Service
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