Reynaers celebrate decade of Middle East operations

Ali Khalaf-Managing Director-Reynaers Middle East

Aluminium solutions provider Reynaers is stepping up its operations in Saudi Arabia following the establishment a warehouse in the country catering to two major business units – both project and home-owners based.

The company said the purchasing power of the Saudi customer makes it “highly appropriate” to offer aluminium doors and windows with high technical performances.

Reynaers Middle East also celebrates its 10 year anniversary in 2015. “It has been a challenging yet fruitful journey so far”, said Ali Khalaf, managing director.

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The firm is a European specialist in the development and marketing of innovative and sustainable architectural aluminium solutions for windows, doors, curtain-walling, sliding systems, sun-screening, conservatories, skylights, screens and systems to incorporate blinds and ventilation grids.

Besides offering an extensive range of standard solutions, the company also develops solutions that are tailored to individual projects.

Among its latest products is Hi-Finity. This is a sliding door designed to offer an infinite view, which, is specially designed to meet the latest trends in the world of home décor especially with regard to door and windows.

Also its “Purity” handle adds to the aesthetical features of the special Hi-Finity sliding door,  These handles can be used for any of Reynaers systems.

Other innovations include the enhanced CS 77-FP system which combines fire proofing solutions for doors and partitions with design and aesthetic potential and ease of production and installation.

Reynaers has also completed a project in Bahrain –  the Four Seasons Hotel on the forefront of the man-made island, Bahrain Bay.

A bespoke solution was used for this project using the CW 86 unitised/element façade serving the project requirements of very large spanned façade and thermal break profiles appropriate for this high-rise tower.

Additionally, several other projects have been undertaken in Bahrain market including the revamped Ashraf Towers in Hoora, the La Vinoteca Barcelona and Café Amsterdam Restaurants in Adliya, a residence building in Amwaj Islands and the Nooh Building in Juffair.

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