Manar Al Omran is using Project Qatar 2015 as a platform to launch its latest scaffolding lines.
The Saudi Arabia-headquartered formwork and scaffolding manufacturer is currently displaying new products from its Profemax and Profex lines, and the Manar Bridge Table system.
The company, which assembles its products across four factories in the Kingdom, says that to keep pace with demand in Qatar represents a challenge in itself.
“Demand has been very high,” says Abdul Latheef, sales manager at Manar Al Omran Formwork & Scaffolding.
“It’s tough to complete orders within the desired time frames because so many projects are being procured. That’s not to mention the ongoing projects. It can be difficult to keep up with the market,” he adds.
Encouragingly for Manar Al Omran, Latheef says business is equally brisk across its trading and rental operations.
“Both segments are good,” he explains. “It depends on customers’ requirements and the durations of their projects.”
The market might be buoyant, but Manar Al Omran is still keen to meet with fresh customers during the course of this week’s show.
“We want to work with new projects; to connect with new companies,” explains Latheef. “We’ll meet with contracting companies and we’ll outline the benefits of our latest systems.