High demand for building materials and construction products across the Gulf and wider Middle East is compelling some Dubai Investments subsidiaries involved in supplying to the sector to expand production capacities.
CARPET and wooden furniture maker Mustafa Furnishing Industries has announced plans to diversify into gypsum board manufacturing with an eye on exports.
RePall, the Saudi maker of plastic pallets has significantly expanded its production capacity and is offering a new product mainly targeted at the European market.
Emirates Float Glass (EFG), a subsidiary of Dubai Investments and the first state-of-the-art integrated float glass facility in the UAE, has successfully commissioned a new facility aimed at enhancing its production capabilities to cater to the automotive glass sector. The new offline facility, encompassing investments of over Dh10 million ($2.
International Rubber Company (IRC) says it is targeting the African continent after witnessing significant exports to GCC markets in recent years. IRC, a leading manufacturer of synthetic rubber profiles in the Middle East, and a subsidiary of Masharie LLC, the private equity arm of Dubai Investments, achieved sales worth Dh 34 million ($9.
THE Camel Soap Factory, a recently-established Dubai-based start-up that has moved into its own manufacturing facility, is building up a clientele and is poised to go overseas with greater momentum.