National Aluminium Products Company SAOG (NAPCO), one of the leading extruders of aluminium profiles in the GCC, has entered into a partnership with Profils Systemes Gulf FZCO, a leading French aluminium system designer and supplier based in Dubai, for Saraya Bandar Jissah, a premium mixed-used development in the Sultanate of Oman. Under the terms of the agreement, NAPCO will be the official aluminium extruder for doors and windows for the luxury beachfront project for Profils Systemes.
Saraya Bandar Jissah is located on the natural Bandar Jissah beach and offers resort-style living that integrates contemporary architectural features with the complex mountainous terrain. The project features upscale villas, world-class hotels, an indulgent spa, a heritage village built around an archaeological site, a recreational centre with restaurants and retail outlets, a social club, and sports amenities.
Robert Holtkamp, CEO, NAPCO, said: “In a landmark deal, Profils Systemes has sub-contracted us to be the aluminium extruder for the Saraya Bandar Jissah development in Oman. The deal is a valuable addition to our portfolio of elite projects and demonstrates our reputation as a leading aluminium extruder in the region. Moreover, the contract complements our expansion strategies as well as our aim to be among the GCC’s top five extruders. Going ahead with our plans, we have introduced new products and services which will help to widen our reach to other markets.”
NAPCO has been part of several landmark projects in Oman and the rest of the region. Its current portfolio in Dubai includes Citywalk, an upcoming retail destination on the junction of Al Wasl and Safa Roads; Onyx Tower, a 3-tower commercial project close to Emaar Business Park on Sheikh Zayed Road; and Dubai Design District (d3), an ambitious and innovative purpose-built destination for creatives. In addition, it is working on Abu Dhabi Plaza, a mixed-use development underway in Astana, Kazakhstan. NAPCO’s long list of developments comprise the Supreme Court in Muscat, Salalah Airport, the Dubai International Airport Expansion (UAE), the Burj Khalifa (UAE), and the Al Rayyan Complex (UAE), to name a few.