Egypt's exports of building materials, refractory and metallurgy industries hit $3.9 billion during the first eight months of 2020, compared to $3.2 billion during the same period last year. According to the monthly report of the Export Council for Building Materials, Refractory and Metallurgy Industries (ECBM) on Saturday, the country's exports of jewels and precious stones reached $2.1 billion in January-August 2020, compared to $1.2 billion during the same period in 2019. Meanwhile, exports of ceramics dropped by 30 percent to hit $78 million.
Arch. Hisham El Sergany, Commercial Director of EGYBEL: We started with the slogan "No Way to Compare", and thanks to our unmatched quality, we undertook some of the largest Egyptian projects. Fortunately, the current projects are concerned with quality as a prerequisite for implementation. interview : Ali Dagher The urban system is, without a doubt, built on the unbreakable partnership between the architectural industries and their building materials. The superior and diverse production of the materials involved in the construction industry is a vital tool to truly showing architectural and engineering creativity. In addition to this, the architectural industries, in general, are the main driver for most economic activities, thanks to the investments accompanying them as well as the size of the manpower and job opportunities they provide. The industry of aluminum facades for buildings is one of the most important industries of modern building materials. So, modern architectural trends and aesthetic appearance of buildings cannot be completed without the use of aluminum and glass facade systems, in addition to all door and window systems. This industry has grown and developed significantly, thanks to a group of investors who lead the evolution of construction in Egypt. EGYBEL comes on top of these companies with a relatively early start, as its production began in 1989 and has since developed significantly and occupied an advanced position among t...