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Styro to highlight new product range at INDEX

The expanded polystyrene manufacturer will highlight its latest in fire and shock resistant designs

Walid Wakim, GM Partner of STYRO.
Walid Wakim, GM Partner of STYRO.

STYRO is set to unveil the latest from its fire and shock resistant product range at this year's INDEX exhibition.

The exhibition will run from May 23-26 at Dubai World Trade Centre. 

Targeting the growing interiors and fit-out market, which is currently valued at $8.8bn globally, the expanded polystyrene (EPS) manufacturer will showcase designs for a variety of applications.

These include advanced Class A fire retardant products, tremor-proof, heat resistant and eco-friendly variants.

Styro’s products have seen application across a number of iconic developments in the UAE. These include Dubai Resorts and Parks, Dubai Canal and Smurf City.

Walid Wakim, GM Partner of STYRO said: “The rise in construction, several exhibitions and events has paved way for increased opportunities for the interiors and fit outs market in the region. And STYRO offers an unmatched product that can be easily moulded, shaped and used for a variety of application.”

He added: “This year at INDEX we will be showcasing our technologically advanced products, some of our iconic projects as well as our Art and Décor division.”

Incepted in 1999, UAE-based Styro has fostered a reputation across the MENA market for its range of fire retardant EPS products. Their applications include construction, interior and exterior décor and packaging.

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