UAE MEP services provider expands into Oman
Homegrown mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) services provider, Corys Build Centre, announced its expansion into Oman with the opening of its first store outside the UAE.
With three stores just five years ago in the UAE, Corys Build Centre has now branded its eighth store, in line with its geographical expansion plan. Located in the Mabella industrial area in Oman, it is Corys Build Centre’s third realisation this year, after the successful opening of its branches in Fujairah and Al Quoz in the UAE.
Corys Build Centre’s expansion comes at a time when the construction sector in Oman is witnessing the fastest rate of growth in the Middle East. This is essentially attributed to incentive schemes driving foreign investment and the prioritisation of infrastructure development. To capitalise on this, Corys Build Centre will offer an expanding range of MEP related products with a store strategically located in the heart of the industrial area.
Allister Bold, commercial director at Corys Build Centre, said: “Corys Build Centre’s ambition is to become the largest MEP material distributor in the region and we are delighted to add a store in Oman to our growing portfolio. Muscat is a dynamic city with a regular demand for construction material and we are pleased to bring our expertise and quality products to a new country. We are confident that the knowledge and experience of our team in the region and the diverse range of quality available products that we can provide will hopefully see us establish a strong presence in Oman over the coming years.”
Part of the Emirati-owned Green Coast Enterprises Group, Corys Build Centre, was established to reach a range of traders and contractors and has quickly established itself as the regional expert in MEP products, acting as a trusted partner for its suppliers and customers.
Bold said: “Our approach is very straightforward. We have modern stores with a wide range of reputable brands in stock, so our customers know they can easily pick up what they need to get the job done.”