‘KMC Building Materials’ becomes first Strategic Sponsor of gulfInteriors 2015

‘KMC Building Materials’ becomes first Strategic Sponsor of gulfInteriors 2015
March 4, 2015

Manama, Bahrain, 4 March 2015: Kuwaiti Manager Building Materials & Equipment, a subsidiary of the Kuwaiti Manager Holding Company (KMC), has signed up as the first strategic sponsor of gulfInteriors Exhibition, taking place in Bahrain from 12 to 14 May 2015 under the patronage of His Royal Highness Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, the Prime Minister of Bahrain.

Providing its specialist design capabilities for regional (Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman, and Saudi Arabia) and international clients, KMC represents some of the world’s leading brands.

Engineer Fadi Al Shaikh, KMC Deputy General Manager, says: “In gulfInteriors Exhibition we see an excellent showcasing opportunity to promote KMC Building Materials full design capabilities as well as providing a platform to introduce our portfolio of leading brands from around the world.

“KMC is an ISO9001-certified company whose successful interiors philosophy is to create efficient and elegant interiors that are safe, functional, and attractive; meeting the specific requirements of each client.”

At gulfInteriors KMC will feature a range of products from its global “partners”, including; Babini Spa- office furniture from Italy; Wagner (Germany); Topstar; LE-AL Executive Office Furniture; Hermann Miller; Steelcase and Kimball; Poltrona Frau; and Humanscale.

Jubran Abdulrahman, Managing Director of Hilal Conference and Exhibitions (HCE), the organisers of gulfInteriors Exhibition, said: “KMC Interior adds prestige by bringing some of the world’s leading and most exciting brands to Bahrain, coupled with expertise which we are sure will add great value for visitors attending the Exhibition.”

gulfInteriors takes place alongside two other major exhibitions – Gulf Property Show and gulfBID – thus ensuring the continued success of the biggest integrated business-to-business platforms for the construction, interior and property sectors in the Northern Gulf.