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Hörmann Middle East to display sliding doors at the Big 5

Hörmann Middle East, industrial, commercial and residential door manufacturer will have one of the largest stands at Big 5 this year displaying the latest technology and designs in garage doors, entrance doors, fire doors and smoke-tight door assemblies, industrial doors and loading technology, at its 168 sq. meters stand.

Darius Khanloo, Managing Director of Hörmann Middle East, said: “Our newest product on display will be the Rollmatic Rolling grille. With its compact design, it is the ideal solution for store grilles in confined spaces.

“Also new to this region are environmentally sustainable Industrial Sectional Doors. They are made of aluminum and are scratch resistant. Our range of industrial, commercial and residential doors which will be displayed at Big 5 will give customers an unmatched experience of the latest technology and advancements in safety, aesthetic design and quality.

“We will also highlight to our customers the Fire and Smoke-Tight Sliding Doors and Multi-Purpose Sliding Doors. They are made of steel and stainless steel. Our multi-functional doors are characterised by their matching appearance which is an advantage for architects and building owners.”

All Hörmann fire rated steel doors are approved by the UAE Civil Defense and Civil Defenses in Qatar and Oman.



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Oman’s climate change commitments

The Omani delegation participating in the Rio+20 summit will present the nation’s drive to re-evaluate and support its social structure, focusing on the conditions of women, children and families.

The Rio+20 summit will discuss the institutional framework of sustainable development in countries of the world, “green economy”, poverty control, the ability to withstand catastrophes, as well as issues of energy, food, and social justice.

Oman’s approach to sustainable social development focuses on improving the quality of life for women and children and to help overcome the difficulties a family faces.

In order to achieve this goal, Oman has developed a social security scheme that takes care of orphans, widows, divorced, deserted and unmarried women, as well as the elderly, families of prisoners and those who suffer from disabilities.

The Omani participation includes an exhibition on Omani culture, documentaries and a national report on sustainable development.


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