Sayyid Wasfi : leveraging company’s strengths

Sayyid Wasfi : leveraging company’s strengths

Napco gets busy

The extruder has been engaged in prominent projects and is working on nearly doubling its production capacity

November 2014

Aluminium profiles extruder Napco has announced it started this year work on seven projects including Muscat International Airport – MC (Main Contract) 3 in Extension Area 316.

Other projects it is working on include Nizwa Mall, the National Bank of Oman headquarters, Oman Intercontinental Hotel and Clubhouse and a general hospital of the Royal Oman Police.

Napco is also working on the second package of Oman Convention Centre and a hotel project of Saraya Bandar.

It is also supplying Wave Muscat, a project it began earlier.

Napco completed in Oman this year nine projects including Salalah Airport and the Supreme Court in Muscat.

Other completed projects it listed included a palace in Matrah, a super-luxury villa for the Sultan of Oman and a Royal Guard of Oman museum complex in Seeb as well as residential villas for the Dolphin Village resort.

It said it also completed or is in the process of executing several projects in the UAE.

The company offers a range of aluminium profile extrusions in different finishes as well as system products. It is now in the process of nearly doubling its production capacity from the current level of 18,000 tonnes annually.

Sayyid Wasfi Jamshid Abdullah Al Said, chairman of the company, said Napco would diversify its product portfolio and continue to focus on Middle East orders.

He said one of the strengths of the company was its commitment to quality and being fair priced. “In addition, Napco develops its own systems and continuously provides support to its customers.”  However, the official stated that Napco was concentrating more on being an extruder than a system supplier.

Napco reported total sales of RO18.62 million ($48.3 million) in 2013, up 5 per cent over the previous year with exports contributing RO12.6 million compared with RO12.2 million in 2012.

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