FDC Interiors launches new manufacturing factory in Dubai

The facility is located in the National Industries Park

FDC Interiors's 3D wall on display at The Hotel Show 2018.
FDC Interiors's 3D wall on display at The Hotel Show 2018.

FDC Interiors revealed at The Hotel Show 2018 in Dubai that the company has completed the construction of its newest factory, a 22,000 sqm production facility in the National Industries Park.

The facility is in place to cater to the increasing demand in the GCC and expand its operations throughout the region according to FDC Interiors CEO and interior designer Elie Assamad. The production facility will complement the company’s existing facility in Kuwait Free Zone.

“The increase in the production outputs will reinforce our competitive advantage in the market and enable us to provide a variety of products with a high quality and great value due to our accumulative manufacturing experience, the expanded number of production facilities and our well-trained team,” Assamad said.

The company, which was established in the 1970s, creates custom designs and interiors for luxury hotels, small boutiques, corporate offices and restaurants.

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