Royal United Metal & Glass, UAE

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Royal United Metal & Glass orders first Glaston FC500 in UAE


Royal United Metal & Glass has its sights set high to create not only architecturally exceptional buildings and structures, but also to provide its United Arab Emirates market with quality glass that is second to none. The business plan for 2015 alone calls for a growth from the current 120 employees to 500 by year-end. This is thanks to the accelerated market pickup throughout the region in the past few months. To be prepared, the company is now investing in Glaston’s highly esteemed FC500 tempering furnace to be able to deliver the highest possible glass quality to its customers.

“We have seen a consistent development and positive movement in the market for the past few months,” says Achyuth Krishnan, Managing Director of the company. “We have been able to retain the company’s clientele and build very solid relationships also with new customers when it comes to our insulation and fabrication products.”

“Definitely, the cooperation between my company and Glaston has been really good so far. It seems much more than a customer relationship. It’s personable, which I really appreciate. I feel Glaston has given us their best.”
– Achyuth Krishnan, Managing Director, Royal United Metal & Glass

http://www.royalunitedmetal.com

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