Acrow Misr eyes expansion in international markets
Following its role in the construction of most of Egypt’s landmark buildings, Acrow Misr, in 2015, generated a total revenue of $60m
Egypt-based metal formwork and scaffolding manufacturer, Acrow Misr, is exploring further international expansion following its success at Bauma 2016.
Acrow Misr was the only Egyptian exhibitor at this year’s fair and garnered widespread trade interest because of its extensive experience on major infrastructure projects across MENA.
The company now operates branches in Algeria, Kuwait, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the UAE.
Mohamed Farag, CEO of ACROW Misr, said: “Our participation in the Bauma International Fair in Germany is an important step in our expansion plans to target international markets, especially after the success we have achieved in recent years working on a diverse portfolio of major projects in the various countries where we operate.
“We are now ready to export this expertise to other countries where we see solid growth potential and will be following up on trade interest received at Bauma from companies in Malaysia, South Africa, Cyprus, Iran, South America & Eastern Europe.”
Following its role in the construction of most of Egypt’s landmark buildings, Acrow Misr, in 2015, generated a total revenue of $60m.
In the UAE, Acrow Misr has worked on several recent projects including, Ras al khor crossing, the upgrade of junctions at Dubai Airport road, the access to Dubai Parks from Sheikh Zayed Road, the access to the Bluewaters Island project, elevating Sheikh Zayed Road for the Dubai Water Canal infrastructure, Abu Dhabi-Dubai Road E311, the road network and interchange for Abi Dhabi Airport, the improvement of the Mafraq to Al Ghwaifat Border Post Highway, and the directional ramp from Al Khail highway. The company was also responsible for the construction of both Danat Al Emarat Hospital and Dar Al Shifaa Hospital in Abu Dhabi.
In Qatar, Acrow Misr has participated in a diverse range of infrastructure and commercial projects including Lusail City, the North Road enhancements, the new Orbital Highway, Al Wakrah Bypass, Al Bayt Stadium, the Precinct in Al Khor, Al Bustan Complex at Ramada Area and Al Thuraya Tower in West Bay.
Major projects in Saudi Arabia have included the Makkah-Medina High Speed Railway Project, Abdul-Aziz International Airport in Jeddah, King Khalid Airport in Riyadh, King Saud University in Riyadh, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals in Dhahran.