Glass reveals $38.1m contracts over last quarter
Eco-friendly glass proving popular in construction market
Glass, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dubai Investments, said its coating lines, comprising Emirates Glass and Saudi American Glass, have won Dh140m ($38.1m) projects over the last quarter.
The new orders for the company's VitroGlaze, an eco-friendly glass, included Dh50m ($13.6m) for India projects, Dh20m ($5.4m) for a Saudi railway station project, Dh20m ($5.4m) for projects in Turkey and Lebanon, and Dh8m ($2m) for a Qatar project.
Ziad Yazbeck, senior VP (sales and marketing), said: “The construction market has picked up pace in the region, driving the demand for high quality glass. We have an excellent portfolio of ongoing projects, which has cemented our credibility and position as a trusted supplier of glass products for iconic real estate projects in the region.”
“Glass provides premium quality glass solutions to the construction, automotive, security and defence industries across domestic and international markets,” he added.