Al Reyami opens showroom in Sharjah

DUBAI - Dubai-headquartered business furniture and equipment retailer and, office turnkey projects contractor, Al Reyami, recently reinforced its leadership position in the segment by opening a 7,000 square foot showroom in Sharjah. Combined with the Dubai and Abu Dhabi showrooms, the company now offers over 37,000 square feet of retail space.



By A Staff Reporter

Published: Thu 8 Jan 2004, 11:58 AM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 12:04 AM

Early last year, Al Reyami entered the Indian market with a showroom in the southern city of Bangalore, the company's first foray outside the UAE. "We have been quietly occupying leadership position in the UAE office furnishing and equipment market over the last several years, with great success," says a company spokesperson.

"Today, we are looking beyond the UAE, making us one of the first local companies in any sector, to achieve that," he adds.

Established in 1993, Al Reyami is sole distributor of leading international office furniture, furnishing system and equipment brands such as Knoll (USA), Rockworth, Maars, Okamura, Sinetica, Archiutti, Desso, Utax copiers and HR Johnson. Many other renowned names are also represented by the company, offering clients a wide choice to fit any budget.

Employing over 1,200 people in the UAE alone, the Al Reyami Group, through wholly owned subsidiaries, is also involved in diversified activities like insulation manufacturing, structural fabrication, printing, packaging and papers, electrical equipment, engineering products and services, contracting, ship maintenance, decor supplies, and, pools and leisure construction.


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