Emirates Glass records manufacturing more than 1,800,000sqm of glass

Registering a 10% growth in business as compared to previous year, more than 40% of business generated from the UAE  

Emirates Glass records manufacturing more than 1,800,000sqm of glass

Dubai, UAE:Emirates Glass, a subsidiary of Dubai Investments PJSC and one of the largest processors of flat architectural glass in the Middle East, announced that it has recorded manufacturing of more than 1,800,000sqm of glass products, valued at over AED 180 million during 2019. Recording a 10% rise in business as compared to the previous year, the company has confirmed more than 40% of business being generated from the UAE.

Higher percentage of customer retention coupled with optimum delivery services have been instrumental in garnering new projects, the company has confirmed. Latest products like Emicool Solite and Emicool Sun T Series have been identified as products that facilitated the maximum volumes of sales.

Under the varied product portfolio for Emirates Glass, the MSVD sputter-coated high performance glass under the EmiCool® range of solar control, multi-functional Low-E and standard Low-E glass are designed to minimise solar heat gain into air-conditioned buildings. The EmiCool® range accounts for Single Silver, Solar Low-E, Solar Control, and Double Silver offerings; each comprising unique specifications, characteristics, capacities and functionality edging Emirates Glass products as flexible turnkey solutions. ARMAX – the anti-reflective glass and Smart- Lite – a switchable glass creating on-demand privacy have been the latest products on the portfolio.

“In line with the current demand for our glass products, it is extremely satisfying to know that our production lines are running in full capacity to meet the high demand. There has been substantial demand for our premium coated glass product range providing high efficiency and durability to meet the most stringent requirements for high performance window glass products. With Expo on close heels, UAE’s real estate sector has seen rampant projects and we have been active contributors with more than 40% business generated from the UAE market”, said Rizwanulla Khan, Executive President, Emirates Glass.

As the leading supplier of sputter-coated energy saving glass across the Gulf, with presence in markets across the globe, Emirates Glass currently operates a 60,000 sqm production facility in Al Quoz industrial area and a 32,825 sqm post-temperable glass coating line in Dubai Investments Park (DIP) since 2010.

Emirates Glass currently provides glass and glass solutions to GCC countries such as the KSA, Egypt, Oman, and Kuwait as well as to Azerbaijan, Australia, Kenya, Lebanon, Turkey, India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bangladesh, East and South Africa, and Canada. The company is focused on enhancing the geographic footprint further and evolve as a leading provider of quality glass products globally. 


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