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Emirates Rebar Limited: Building UAE’s future, one piece of steel at a time

Emirates Rebar Limited: Building UAE’s future, one piece of steel at a time

In the dynamic landscape of the manufacturing industry, precision and quality are paramount. One company that has been at the forefront of providing essential building materials and services in the UAE for nearly five decades is Emirates Rebar Limited.

Established under the name of Trade House Ltd, the company started its journey as a supplier of materials ranging from cement and speciality paints to structural and reinforcement steel. In just two years, the group ventured into manufacturing building materials, starting with cement mosaic tiles in 1977. This marked the beginning of a remarkable expansion that saw diversification into marble and granite, pre-cast concrete, glass reinforced plastic and concrete, roto-moulded plastic, pre-fabricated housing, concrete blocks, pavers, as well as the cutting and bending of steel.

Setting foot in Jafza in 1997, Emirates Rebar rapidly grew to become a renowned name in the supply of steel products for demanding, time-bound, and prestigious projects. Capitalising on the capabilities of a UK CARES (UK Certification Authority for Reinforcing Steels) accredited cut and bend factory, the company boasts one of the largest and most advanced facilities for steel fabrication, and upholds the highest standards. With its reach extending far beyond the UAE, Emirates Rebar supplies manufacturing products all over the GCC, East Africa, and the Indian subcontinent. This international presence has firmly established the company as a reliable partner in the global manufacturing landscape.

Emirates Rebar’s strength lies not only in the quality of its products, but also in the expertise of its team. Highly proficient and qualified engineers, detailers, and draftsmen collaborate to convert architectural design drawings into shop drawings and bar bending schedules. These schedules are crucial for the precise fabrication of cut and bent steel or pile cages, ensuring that each project is delivered with accuracy and within established timelines.The company places a strong emphasis on the development of its personnel through regular technical, industrial, and safety training programmes. This commitment to ongoing learning ensures that the team remains at the forefront of industry trends and best practices.

As a result of its unparalleled offerings, Emirates Rebar has played a pivotal role in numerous landmark projects. A selection of these prestigious projects include:

  • Burj Khalifa: The world’s tallest tower, supplied with over 70,000 tons of steel by Emirates Rebar.
  • Yas Mall: One of the largest shopping centres in the Middle East, supplied with 70,000 tons of steel.
  • Terminal A (Abu Dhabi International Airport): A massive project designed to accommodate over 30 million passengers annually, supplied with over 81,000 tons of steel.
  • DIFC: The financial hub of Dubai, supplied with more than 100,000 tons of steel.

From the iconic Palm Jumeirah Vehicular Tunnel to the Baraka Nuclear Power Plant in Abu Dhabi, the company’s steel has contributed to vital transportation and energy infrastructure. It has also left its mark on luxury living with projects like the DAMAC Akoya Golf Apartments and redefined sophistication through architectural marvels like the Cayan Tower (Infinity Tower), healthcare (Cleveland Clinic), aviation (Abu Dhabi and Dubai International Airports), motorsports (Dubai Autodrome), entertainment (Warner Bros. World), as well as trade and logistics (Jebel Ali Port), all bear the stamp of Emirates Rebar’s commitment to precision, excellence, and ability to meet the stringent requirements of high-profile and complex projects, making it a key player in the nation’s development.

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In addition to delivering high-quality products and services, Emirates Rebar is also dedicated to environmental responsibility. The company has implemented a Waste Water Treatment Plant to process wastewater generated during its operations, subsequently using the treated water for irrigation, conserving precious freshwater resources while safeguarding the environment.

Furthermore, the company has undertaken planting initiatives on its premises, resulting in hundreds of additional trees. These actions reflect the company’s proactive approach to minimising its environmental footprint and supporting a greener future.

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