Bahrain steel group Unirol set for Gulf Construction
Feb 25, 2019 6:33 PM
Universal Rolling (Unirol) Bahrain s high-quality reinforcement Steel Plant will be leading the Metal and Steel sector at the upcoming Gulf Construction Expo the Northern Gulf s showcase for the building...
Universal Rolling (Unirol), Bahrain’s high-quality reinforcement Steel Plant will be leading the Metal and Steel sector at the upcoming Gulf Construction Expo, the Northern Gulf’s showcase for the building and construction sector.
Gulf Construction Expo will be held under the patronage of HRH Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa from April 23 to 25 at the Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Centre, said the event organisers Hilal Conferences & Exhibitions (HCE).
"Unirol is established as a leading supplier of construction steel in Bahrain and the GCC. We will be taking the opportunity at Gulf Construction Expo to showcase our range of products which are being produced by our newly upgraded and fully automated production facility," remarked Ali Der, the operations director of Unirol.
"All our products are manufactured to the exact quality assurance set by UK Cares," he stated.
Welcoming the Bahraini group, HCE’s Managing Director Jubran Abdulrahman said: "Unirol is one of the first producers of high-quality reinforcement bars of its kind in the kingdom. Rebars are an essential part of the construction process."
"Unirol’s presence at Gulf Construction will add an extra dimension for visitors to the Expo from the construction sector through a trusted and reputed brand that is proudly made in Bahrain," noted Abdulrahman.
Gulf Construction Expo also carries the strategic sponsorship of Haji Hassan Group and Tamkeen with sector sponsors Amna Politerm Blu covering Green Technology.
The event takes place alongside two other major exhibitions – The Gulf Property Show and Interiors Expo – thus ensuring the continued success of the biggest integrated business-to-business showcase for the construction, interiors and property sectors in the Northern Gulf.-TradeArabia News Service