TSCC showcases turnkey advanced building systems at Big 5
November 29, 2018: Technical Supplies & Services Co. (TSSC), one of the leading suppliers and manufacturer of building materials and systems in the Middle East and a member of Harwal Group, announced its presence at The Big 5 which opens today (Monday, November 26, 2018) at the Dubai World Trade Centre to showcase its latest innovation for the buildings construction industry and its wide range of construction materials and technologies.
TSSC is participating at the 39th edition of the largest and most influential construction event in the Middle East themed this year ‘Shaping the Future of Construction’, in line with its continuing initiative to promote its latest building materials products and technologies and secure new partnerships, boost investments and network with leading professionals from around the world.
The company is showcasing its turnkey solutions for the construction industry featuring its advanced building systems. The TSSC Building Systems presents new opportunities for developers and builders to source their supplies and the other components of the building process under one roof, providing efficiency and cost-effective solutions to clients seeking a single platform for their construction needs.
The innovative solution offers a complete line of pre-engineered building systems including the design, manufacturing, and assembly of pre-fabricated structural and lightweight steel buildings. The system is applicable for a wide range of building applications such as industrial and commercial warehouses, agricultural facilities including poultry farms and animal breeding sheds, midrise buildings suitable for schools and hospitals, and residential communities.
TSSC further looks to strengthen its professional networks and connect with leading professionals from construction companies, HVAC business owners, and project managers from building industry segments and discuss its top-level products and solutions.
Viken Ohanesian, Executive Director, Harwal Group, said: “Our presence and association with Big 5 is in line with Harwal Group’s mission to highlight our innovations in the field and showcase our advanced technologies to prospective partners and alliances in the Middle East. We believe it is the ideal platform to share our knowledge and expertise in the construction industry which can contribute to advancing the sector’s growth by optimizing existing resources while ensuring high-quality, efficiency and great value. We are committed to manufacturing products using environmentally sustainable materials and operational processes and meet our customers’ demand following the highest international standards.”
TSSC is also known across the region as the largest insulated panel manufacturer by volume, with an annual production of over six million square metres of insulated panels and an annual conversion of 100,000 metric tonnes of steel. It implements an integrated management system certified by leading international standards such as ISO 140001 and OHSAS 18001.
Nazar Shahinian, Vice President – Business Development, Harwal Group, said: “TSSC is a leading brand in the construction sector, having established our reputation in providing the best and highest quality of insulation products and services. We have been awarded for our performance by leading organizations in the UAE and the region. As part of our commitment, we hope to reach out to our markets and provide new solutions for the sector. Our association with some of the leading companies in the world is a testament to our continuing leadership in the field and we hope to continue serving the sector through this major event.”
Shahinian added that TSSC has supplied to various major projects across the GCC for companies such as Al Marai Company, Agility Logistics, Amana Contracting, Saudi Building Systems, Al Watania Poultry, Al Baraka Farms, Nadec Dairy, Landmark Group, Mc Donalds, Mabani Steel, Spinneys, MasterBaker, Shapoorji Pallonji, MERAAS and Al Futtaim Carrilion, among others.
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