Fischer Middle East marked its achievements of last year by honouring its business partners at an event in Dubai.
The German fixings and installation systems specialist last month (February 10) honoured 15 of its partners for their support and contributions at the event titled ‘Yearly Partnership Meet – Together Towards Tomorrow’ at Dubai Marina Yacht Club.
“We also took the opportunity to share our achievements with Senses (school for children with special needs) by inviting some of their students to be part of the event,” said a spokesperson for Fischer.
The business partners who were honoured in various categories include Adastra as Partner of the Year – Middle East; Safina (Best Supporting Partner – Middle East); TECS (Fastest Growing Partner – Middle East); Al Rahat Trading (Project Partner of the Year – UAE); Al Rawae Building Material (Project Partner of the Year – UAE); Dhalumal Trading (Nylon Products Champion – UAE); Fine Tools (Best Performer – Trade Business); Reza and Murtaza (Supporting Trade Partner – UAE); Daruwala Brothers (Sanitary Fixing Champion – UAE); Emirates Tools Establishment (Supporting Trade Partner – UAE); House of Bolts (Supporting Trade Partner – UAE); Al Shams Fasteners (Supporting Trade Partner – UAE); Al Seeb Trading (Supporting Trade Partner – UAE); Saifudeen Lokhandwala (Supporting Trade Partner – UAE); and ACE Hardware (DIY Partner of the Region).
Founded in 1948, Fischer is one of the most innovative groups of companies in the world, with 43 subsidiaries in 32 countries. The company’s expert services include providing safe, economic fixings and connectors around the world for professionals and craftsmen.
Its innovative fixing products include special rail fixings, facade systems, installation systems for mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) supports, fire-stopping products, solar fixing systems, and mechanical and chemical anchors.
Some of its landmark projects in the region include Etihad Towers and Mafraq Hospital in Abu Dhabi; the Palm Island development, Dubai Metro, monorail, Atlantis The Palm and Burj Al Arab Hotel in Dubai; the expansion of the Grand Mosque in Makkah, the Haramain High-Speed Railway, King Saud University and Princess Nora Bint Abdulrahman University in Saudi Arabia; the Al Wakrah stadium, Qatar Islamic Tower office, Mall of Qatar, Light Rail Transit (LRT), Doha Festival City, Qatar Petroleum District, the Sheraton hotel renovation, Msheireb Downtown Doha Phase Two and Hamad Medical City project in Qatar; and several airports in the region.