Korea-based Fanzic Company returns to The Big 5 exhibition in Dubai this month to promote its wide range of industrial and commercial exhaust fans designed for general construction, buildings and residences.
Fanzic will introduce its multi-mini centrifugal exhaust fans and ventilation fans at the show, according to Jaeyu Kim, general manager of Fanzic.
“We are also looking for qualified partners in the field of industrial and commercial ventilation items and would like to make use of this opportunity to build up business relationships in the Gulf,” he says.
“In our opinion, The Big 5 exhibition plays a very important role in connecting people and businesses. We have exhibited thrice before at the show and have received very good response from companies associated in this field. We have taken many sample orders from the show and developed new business,” says Kim.
Fanzic has been providing quality fans and blowers to customers throughout the world since 1987.
After taking over LG Industrial Fan Division in 1998, the company built on its strengths and today its products are used all over China, south-east Asia and the Middle East.
Its industrial fans range comprises centrifugal, cabinet, propeller and plastic exhaust fans. The products are used to ventilate the workplace in buildings, factories and warehouses, as well as underground markets and residential apartments.
Fanzic also offers products such as propeller fans, hot air blowers and frost prevention fans for applications including poultry farms, barns, orchards and greenhouses.
To meet ISO 9001 standards, Fanzic thoroughly monitors every step of its manufacturing process, including design, quality control, marketing, purchasing, production and customer service.
Kim comments: “We are one of the leading companies in the field of ventilation systems in our domestic market. We have developed continuously and are anticipating a 15 to 20 per cent increase in market share (including both domestic and export markets) this year compared to last year.
He adds that discussion are on with partners to build up agencies in Myanmar, Thailand and Russia, while seeking qualified partners in the Gulf region to develop business.
“We are doing good business with a partner in Saudi Arabia and our market share in the kingdom is constantly expanding.
“We are also willing to invest and establish new offices and plants, if there are good opportunities and partnerships,” says Kim.
Commenting on the Gulf market and Fanzic’s plans for the region, he says: “In our opinion, the construction industry in the GCC is getting better and will develop continuously in the future. We are planning to expand in markets such as Kuwait, Qatar, Oman and Bahrain, with Dubai as the main market.”
The company is planning to expand its production capacity and is developing new high-quality ventilation systems that ensure a comfortable living environment.
Fanzic can be visited at Stand 3F136 at The Big 5.