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Further expansion in Middle East for Jewers Doors

Posted 11 April 2017 · Add Comment

To further consolidate its involvement with hangar door and industrial door projects in the Middle East, Jewers Doors has moved to new, larger offices overlooking the Business Bay in Dubai.

Jewers Doors has supplied its Esavian hangar doors and Phoenix industrial doors to customers across the MIddle East for several decades.

Ben Pritchard, who heads the Dubai branch of Jewers Doors as GCC regional sales manager, said: "With increased demand for both our Esavian and Phoenix ranges of doors it is vital we offer easily accessible and comprehensive support, which our new centrally-located office allows us to do."

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