At its aluminium extrusion plant

Emirates Extrusion to expand production

GMT 13:22 2013 Sunday ,29 December

Arab Today, arab today Emirates Extrusion to expand production

Emirates Extrusion Factory (EEF)
Dubai - Arab Today

Emirates Extrusion Factory (EEF) Dubai - Arab Today Emirates Extrusion Factory (EEF), a subsidiary of Masharie LLC, the private equity arm of Dubai Investments PJSC (DI), has announced plans to add a new production line at its aluminium extrusion plant in Techno Park, Dubai, entailing an investment of AED13 million. The new line, to be added by mid-2014, will further augment production capacity to 6,000 metric tonnes and will boost the production of wooden finish and powder-coated aluminium, which augurs well for EEF amidst surging demand due to the construction boom in the region. The company, which reported annual turnover of AED190 million in 2012, also unveiled plans to aggressively target the export markets in the wake of burgeoning construction activity across Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman, Yemen and Africa. EEF currently exports nearly 60-70% of its production to various countries across the Middle East and Africa. Speaking on the announcement, Khalfan Al Suwaidi, EEF Managing Director, said, "The resurgence of the construction industry across the GCC and beyond is indeed good news for Emirates Extrusion, and we plan to cater to this inherent demand for extruded aluminium through our new production line. Construction takes a major chunk of our business - nearly 80%, with the rest being earmarked for industrial downstream projects. The new line will not only go a long way in escalating our overall output but also will help us offer the most reliable aluminium profiles to the market." He added, "At EEF, we will continue to focus on exports in the medium to long-term, as there is a huge demand for our products in growing markets across the GCC, the Middle East, Levant and Africa. We also expect increased demand from the local U.A.E. market following Dubai's winning bid for Expo 2020, which reflects the immense growth potential on offer." Source: WAM

Arab Today, arab today
Arab Today, arab today
arabtoday arabtoday arabtoday
بناية النخيل - رأس النبع _ خلف السفارة الفرنسية _بيروت - لبنان
arabs, Arab, Arab