Hotel bathroom and plumbing supplier expands across the UAE

Sanipex Group opens in Sharjah, making it the Group’s fourth showroom


Bathroom and plumbing provider Sanipex Group has opened a showroom in Sharjah, the fourth opening within 14 months.    

 The new showroom is located on King Faisal Street and provides an Aquazone showroom of commercially-focused bathroom products, a plumbing shop and an ‘Aquazone’ outlet.  

In February this year, Sanipex Group also opened a showroom in Fujairah, with a shop-in-shop concept for both Aquazone and Bagnodesign, within Fujairah General Trading’s 60,000sqft store for building materials.

Previously, the Group opened Aquazone showrooms in Abu Dhabi and in Dubai.

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Speaking about the opening, Calum Stewart, group retail director, Sanipex Group, said: “The focus of Aquazone has always been high-quality products that offer outstanding value for commercial projects.”

Under its flagship brands of Bagnodesign and Aquazone, the group supplies bathroom fittings for projects in the UAE that include JW Marriott Marquis, Palazzo Versace, Jumeirah Al Naseem Hotel and Foremarke School in Dubai, and Westin Golf Resort & Spa, St Regis Resort Saadiyat Island, Yas Viceroy and Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) in Abu Dhabi.





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