EIC will serve as the exclusive representative for BLE products in Saudi Arabia
Energy International Corporation is proud to announce that it has entered into an agreement with BLE Smoke and Fire Curtains to serve as BLE’s representative in Saudi Arabia.
The three-year agreement makes EIC the exclusive distributor for BLE Smoke and Fire Curtains in Saudi Arabia, providing marketing and sales support for the brand throughout the market.
BLE Smoke & Fire Curtains LTD., with headquarters in Sheffield, UK is a premier supplier of gravity fail-safe smoke and fire curtains that offer the latest in electronic technology and innovation.
BLE smoke and fire curtains have been installed in airports, shopping centers, theaters, businesses and museums around the world.
“We are pleased to announce our partnership with BLE in Saudi Arabia,” said Dr. Ned Fawaz, Founder and CEO, Energy International Corporation. “EIC has enjoyed a very successful relationship with BLE, providing their excellent products to projects throughout the Middle East. We look forward to building on our relationship and building sales in the Saudi market.”
EIC and BLE already have an impressive portfolio of projects in the Middle East including a number of high-profile projects in Saudi Arabia. BLE fire curtains are installed at the King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture, in Dammam, the Prince Mohammad Bin Abdulaziz International Airport in Madinah and a number of projects as part of the Haram Expansion at the Grand Mosque in Makkah.
EIC and BLE have also teamed up on projects at the Queen Alia International Airport in Amman, Jordan, the Msheireb Downtown Doha Project in Doha, Qatar, Al Rheem Island Development in Abu Dhabi, UAE and the Lebanese American University in Byblos, Lebanon among many others.
“Our fire and smoke curtains protect millions of people in airports, shopping centers, theaters and businesses around the world,” said Nigel Ward, Managing Director of BLE, “We look forward to continued success working with EIC to bring our innovative technology to more projects in the Saudi market.”