H.E. Sheikha Lubna Bint Khalid Al Qasimi Inaugurates Danube Group’s AED 50 million Industrial Complex at Jebel Ali, Technopark

H. E. Sheikha Lubna Bint Khalid Al Qasimi, UAE Minister of Foreign Trade, recently inaugurated
Danube’s state-of-the-art Industrial Complex and warehouse unit along with Mr.Rizwan Sajan, Chairman of Danube Group and other high-ranking officials, at Technopark, the high-tech industry zone in Jebel Ali.

The Industrial Complex oversees an investment of AED 50 million, which has been made at an economically challenging time that will help create at least 100 direct jobs and support hundreds of indirect employment. Moreover, the industrial unit will help reduce UAE construction industry’s dependence on imported finished products as these will be custom-manufactured in the complex.

Strategically located to cater to the GCC markets, the Industrial Complex facility in UAE is spread
across a total area of 450,000 square meters. The Industrial Complex facility integrated with Warehouse Management System (WMS) features four value addition units measuring 150,000 square meters. This
comprises of Melamine Pressing Unit, Steel Cut and Bend Unit, Décor Unit (Veneer Pressing Unit),
Development Unit, Ceiling Tiles Manufacturing Unit and Distribution Unit in addition to a Warehouse Unit
measuring 300,000 square meters.

“Danube has always been a pioneer in initiating new trade avenues in the region in building material industry. The introduction of the new warehouse demonstrates their commitment to bringing efficiencies into their organisation and a boost to the economy. As a company, Danube has been a true inspiration reflecting the strong position it holds today. We would like to congratulate Danube for their new venture and wish them success in their journey to growth and expansion.” commented H. E. Sheikha Lubna Bint Khalid Al Qasimi, Minister of Foreign Trade, UAE at the opening.
The strategic location of our new state-of-the-art distribution facility will help us cater to a diverse set of customers and facilitate a cost efficient logistics structure to handle the anticipated increase in product volume in the next few years.