- Al Maadi Scaffolding
We are the expert for new & pre owned scaffolding and form work, our scaffolding convince through wide range of selection, our used scaffolding goes through stringent inspections and is ready to go to work for you, we believes safety & quality are of ...
- KHK Scaffolding & Formwork LLC
KHK Scaffolding & Formwork LLC is a leading manufacturer and trader of scaffolding and formwork products located in the Middle East, U.A.E. It is a part of the US 200 Million, Taurani Group of companies. KHK Scaffolding & Formwork (KHK) was establish ...
- Golf Scaffolding Factory LLC
Golf Scaffolding Factory (GSF) is a subsidiary of the Golf Group of Companies (GGC) including the British Metals Forging Factory, LLC (BMF), M&R Contracting Co. Ltd. and Canada Formwork (both located in North America). We have been working in this fi ...
- Canada in the UAE
The Canadian Embassy in Abu Dhabi serves as the representative of the Government of Canada to the Government of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The Embassy, together with the Consulate in Dubai, supports and pursues Canadian interests in the UAE in e ...
- FDT Scaffold
Fajer Dalmah scaffolding trading L.L.C manufacturer and supplier of scaffolding and form work systems in Dubai. We specialize in high quality steel and aluminum Scaffolding and form work systems. Our range of scaffolding products include:
Cup lock s ...
- Target Scaffold
We are one of the leading manufacturing and stockist of scaffolding, form works and scaffolding accessories. We use the finest materials available in the world today our competitive pricing is never at the expense of quality. ...
- Royal Bank of Canada
Bank which offers services in private banking and wealth management; has a representative office in Dubai. ...
- Embassy of Canada to United Arab Emirates
Canadian Embassy enjoys excellent relations with the United Arab Emirates, founded upon substantial commercial ties and mutual goals of peace and prosperity. ...
- Embassy Of The United Arab Emirates Canada Ottawa
Beginning in 1820, Great Britain entered into treaties with various leaders in the area out of a desire to protect its ships in the Gulf and the Indian Ocean. In addition, Britain was allowed to handle foreign relations for the area known as the Truc ...