Emirates Building launches revamped website
Dubai, September 4, 2010
Emirates Building Systems (EBS), a subsidiary of Dubai Investments Industries (DII) and a leading fabrication firm, launched its new-look website (ebsl.com).
The website offers comprehensive information about the company and its product offering and includes a number of new design and navigation features, EBS said in a statement.
The new website is distinct in highlighting the company’s credentials and expertise as well as the prestigious landmarks it has executed in a wide geographical area ranging from North Africa to Central and South Asia, it added.
“The new website matches our identity and positioning perfectly,” said Samir Akra, general manager of Emirates Building Systems.
“It reflects our corporate strengths more clearly and demonstrates our full-service capabilities, while offering all pertinent information about the company in a new, comprehensive format.”
“The site is user-friendly and easy-to-navigate, and combines modern design with attractive graphics and high-resolution images of previous projects which reflect the available capabilities to execute the most complex projects in record times and within budget,” Akra added.
The newly revamped website includes comprehensive information about EBS, its corporate philosophy and its product and service offerings, and highlights the many advantages the company offers clients.
It also features a dedicated section on projects executed by the company across diverse domains – especially in the power generation, oil and gas and petrochemical sectors complete with detailed project descriptions and high-quality images. – TradeArabia News Service
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