Elan Urban is participating in the 15th edition of Project Qatar, the leading International Construction Technology and Building Materials Exhibition, taking place at Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre until tomorrow (May 10).
In line with Elan Urban’s mission to beautify cities, the company’s stand showcases a full range of products and services illustrating concepts and ideas already completed in the latest city beautification and infrastructure projects in Qatar. On this occasion, Elan Urban sealed three new international partnerships with leading companies in order to provide local infrastructure projects with the bespoke and standard world class products and services. Elan Urban is teaming up with Metalogalva, a Portuguese company specialised in outdoor street light columns and traffic Truss Gantries; Sistem Reklam, a Turkish company specialised in street furniture and Bottega 7, an Italian company specialised in street furniture and poles.
“Teaming up with Metalogalva, Sistem Reklam and Bottega 7 is bringing Elan Urban’s offering to a whole new level, benefiting our customers in Qatar and in the Middle East region,” commented Tariq al-Hammadi, Elan Group chief support officer. Bottega 7 is bringing the outcome of years of constant research and innovation on new processing techniques with the best of Italian manufacturing traditions. Specialised in the design and manufacture of metal structures, Metalogalva is rolling out its products in several fields of activity, including energy, telecommunications, roads and railways, renewable energies. Sistem Reklam is bringing its 25 years of experience in providing manufacturing, assembly and maintenance services for street furniture.
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