Dubai, June 6, 2022 (WAM)-Emirates Glass, wholly owned by Dubai Investments PJSC, celebrates its 25th anniversary in the glass business.

Emirates Glass has developed over 70 coating products, over 400 glazing options, has supplied approximately 27 million square meters of glass over the last 25 years, and plans to expand to GCC and the wider Middle East region.

Emirates Glass is currently conducting projects in the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Africa and the United Kingdom. The Emirates Glass megaproject, a leading provider of energy-efficient architectural glass in the Middle East and a wholly owned subsidiary of Dubai Investments, is worth more than 130 million United Arab Emirates ($ 35.39 million).

Emirates Glass employs more than 330 staff (executives and workers) with two glass processing units and a 1,360 square meter warehouse spanning the UAE, backed by outstanding expertise and innovation capabilities.

“25 years in the glass business is a major milestone in the region’s emerging glass industry, and Dubai Investments is very proud to be a valuable contributor to this evolutionary journey. Starting with the 2009 Terra G coating line, the jumbo glass tempering line Emirates Glass has been structured into business development and enhancement to enable the supply of glass to high value projects not only locally but also internationally. We’ve come a long way with a focus.

Ahmed Al-Shared, Head of Operations at Dubai Investments, said:

Emirates Glass continues to focus on product development and innovation, with consultants and architects diversifying its product range across the color spectrum, from hard and solar control coatings to low emissivity single and double silver coatings. Well equipped to meet the most difficult requirements from. In terms of performance and aesthetics.

WAM / Tariq alfaham

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