6 million for the supply of the Company's high pressure, glass reinforced epoxy pipes and fittings to a client in Kazakhstan.
What does GRE stand for?
GRE stands for Glass Reinforced Epoxy
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[[banner]] "The project includes the laying of 450mm diameter water transmission pipes made of Glass Reinforced Epoxy at an approximate cost of AED 167 million ($45.
The project includes the laying of 450 mm-diametre water transmission pipes made of Glass Reinforced Epoxy at an approximate cost of Dh167 million.
Impulse manufactures waterproof neoprene and glass reinforced epoxy connector products for harsh environments, complementing Teledyne D.
The scope of the project will include the laying of 450mm-diameter water transmission pipes made of glass reinforced epoxy and is expected to be completed within a 26-month timeframe.
The project includes laying 600/900mm diameter water transmission pipes made of Glass Reinforced Epoxy to transmit water from the trunk of the Palm, crossing the tunnel and reaching the crescent of the Palm.
The project includes laying 600/900mm-diametre water transmission pipes made of Glass Reinforced Epoxy to transmit water from the trunk of the Palm, crossing the tunnel, and reaching the crescent of the Palm.
These new operations will include, a glass reinforced plastic manufacturing facility, a glass reinforced epoxy manufacturing facility, a resin manufacturing facility, a global engineering facility and a group export office.