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46: S&B Fencing

S&B Fencing Fixing was first established in Dubai in 2002

S&B Fencing Fixing was established in 2002 in Dubai with the express purpose of developing fencing and hoarding systems.

Since its inception, its designs and products have been used on construction projects throughout the wider GCC. In addition, S&B constantly monitors its client base to affirm its commitment to customer satisfaction, with its professional and expert staff able to deal promptly with all market enquiries.

Hence it has developed a range of enclosure systems to cope with the harsh environmental conditions experienced in the region.

S&B’s flexibility means it is able to supply hoarding and screening systems in corporate colours, so as to enhance the professional image of its customers’ organisations.

This adaptability is linked closely to the company’s reputation for innovation, which ensures it continuously incorporates fresh concepts into its products to ensure its dominance as the market leader.

S&B’s product-development policy is to utilise environment-friendly materials in its manufacturing process, as well as to adopt practices and designs ensuring its range of equipment is re-useable and recyclable in order to conserve the earth’s precious natural resources.

All S&B products are produced locally in the GCC, and protected with registered designs and patents. These include Steelhoard temporary fencing, Barricade rapid-deployment hoarding, temporary mesh security, fencing for demarcation and secure perimeters, plastic hoarding, permanent fencing, edge protection and security accessories.

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