Manufactured in Ras Al Khaimah, Cladtech products enjoy a reputation for excellence.
Demand for aluminium products as composite aluminium cladding is set to increase in the GCC following the awarding of a total of $59 billion worth of contracts in 2013, a Frost and Sullivan report released earlier this year has found. Aluminium production is expected to increase considerably in the short-to-medium term, with the region expected to contribute about 15% of the world’s aluminium production by 2015.
This largesse is expected to be a boon for cladding firms like Cladtech LLC. Set up in 2006 and backed by Al Rajhi Holding, Cladtech’s vertically integrated business structure, including design, development and processing capabilities, has seen it emerge as the region’s leading building envelope specialist.
The aluminium, metals, cladding and glass divisions offer a full range of services, while the company’s skilled craftsmen are capable of producing more than 600 bespoke, unitised wall panels per day to the highest standard of quality.
Using the latest technologies and techniques, they ensure Cladtech products continue to enjoy a reputation for excellence, from its production facility in Ras Al Khaimah.
Situated on a 90,000sqm plot, the facility – one of the biggest in the region – has a covered area of 40,000sqm and an uncovered area of 50,000sqm, including worker accommodation.
It provides aluminium, glass, doors and windows and high-tech curtain wall packages, including project management, design, production and installation, complemented with in-house state of the art anodising and powder coat finish.
Its range of services include fabrication and manufacture of the curtain wall components (stick and unitised curtain wall), and the installation of all the aluminium works including supervision, tools and equipment, as well as the packing and transportation of components to site by its fleet of trailers.
Due to this strength in logistics, manpower, storage, warehousing, Cladtech is working on a number of high profile projects, such as the Damac Towers by Paramount and the Al Fattan Crystal Tower.
Besides the Middle East, Cladtech names Asia, Africa, Europe, Australia, the US and the UK as other potential markets.