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Blue Star International eyes $300bn UAE MEP market

In an interview with MEP Middle East, Dawood Bin Ozair, chief executive officer, Blue Star International revealed the company intends to enter the UAE MEP market.

Dawood Bin Ozair, chief executive officer, Blue Star International.
Dawood Bin Ozair, chief executive officer, Blue Star International.

In an interview with MEP Middle East, Dawood Bin Ozair, chief executive officer, Blue Star International revealed the company intends to enter the UAE MEP market.

Ozair said: “We want to enter this market. And within two years, we should be able to capture at least between 5% and 10% of the MEP market. We are very confident to achieve that. We have the expertise nearby, which is in India; we can bring in people as and when we want.”

Parent company Blue Star Limited does several MEP projects in India, Ozair added: “[In India] We have worked on projects such as metros, district cooling plants, malls and hotels. So for us to get into the MEP market here is not difficult. We anticipate the MEP market here to be about $300bn. So if that is the size, then we need to look at that market very seriously.”

Blue Star International — an independent company registered in Dubai, UAE, and a subsidiary of India-based Blue Star Limited — at the moment runs the air conditioning and refrigeration products business outside India for its products and projects division.

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