GMC wins Sheet metal contract

Gulf Metal Craft is awarded contracts totalling almost $1.1mn for four major projects in the UAE.

Gulf Metal Craft (GMC) a subsidiary of M'sharie, the private equity arm of Dubai Investments, has announced that it has recently been awarded contracts totalling almost US $1.1 million (AED4 million) for four major projects in the UAE.

Beginning this month, the company will provide electrical cabinet panels for the Maritime City, Mirdiff Villas, Road Transport Authority (RTA) and Dubai Investments Park (DIP), in a move that reflects GMC's growing reputation and strengthened presence in the market.

"These high-value contracts represent the increasing popularity of our products and the trust our clients have in our services. Our growing reputation as one of the leading companies in this field is the result of GMC's strict adherence to high-quality standards, as manifested by the numerous accolades and quality certifications we have received," said Nidal Al Thani, General Manager, GMC.

The four new projects are part of GMC's growing client portfolio, which already has some of the most prominent names in the private and government sectors, including Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority, Etisalat, Jumeirah Beach Residence, Palm Jumeirah, International City and Al Habtoor Engineering.

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