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Greenline beelines hospitality industry

Interior design company, Greenline Interiors, is using the Dubai hotel exhibition to drive its expansion in the hospitality industry and also predicts significant growth in the luxury super yacht business

Greenline Interiors in the UAE is hoping to utilise the rapidly expanding hospitality industry in the Middle East to achieve substantial new business growth. The company, which in recent months has extended its international locations and reinforced others, is also looking for further business expansion through its luxury yacht division.“With major hotel development taking place in the Middle East, this is an area in which we see tremendous potential for expansion,” said Greenline’s commercial manager, Colin Adley. “This show brings us in direct contact with a great number of hotel owners, developers, and operators, and we’re taking the opportunity to showcase our specialist division, Greenline Hospitality, which we expect will become increasingly involved in the development of the many new hotels being built across the Middle East,” he added.Among its biggest projects, Greenline Hospitality has manufactured and installed the joinery and loose furniture of the Grand Suites, 200 other suites, and parts of the public area of the Burj Al Arab, Dubai’s seven-star hotel. “We’re looking to add significantly to our portfolio of major hotel projects,” said the company’s design co-ordinator, Fay Badro. The company’s yacht division also has similar expansion plans, having already established a strong reputation particularly through designs for Lazzara, American super luxury yacht manufacturer.

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