Al Baddad to open new Dubai showroom
Sharjah, January 31, 2011
Sharjah-based Al Baddad International, a leading provider of mobile halls and pre-fabricated structures in the region, is set to open a new 12,000 sq ft showroom on Sheikh Zayed Road in Dubai.
Al Baddad International has special expertise in the various industries such as weddings, exhibitions, conferences, camps, warehouses and temporary accommodations, said a top official.
The showroom will boast Al Baddad's new line of garden furniture created by mixing modernity and sophistication with pedigree and history besides various other accessories.
Chairman Zayed Hussein Albaddad said: “We are constantly looking to improve and expand our capabilities for customers and I am delighted that we are opening our latest branch in such a prominent area that is accessible to many residents.'
With the new showroom, Al Baddad Iinternational brings to UAE garden furnishing a true concept of diversity and variety providing ultimate luxury and elegance, he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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