The Gargash Family commenced trading activities in Dubai in the last decade of the 19th century. However, it was in 1918 that the late Ali Haji Abdulla Awazi Gargash laid the foundation for what later emerged as one of the region's leading trading houses. Today, the family's interests are widespread and cover areas related to :
Gargash has an unrivalled reputation for supplying leading products to the building and electrical sectors keeping in mind the time and cost factor. Gargash has supplied electrical products to many prestigious and complex projects including the supply of fireproof cables to the BurjKhalifa, the tallest manmade structure ever built and a towering architectural statement on the Dubai landscape.
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