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Headquartered in Dubai
(UAE), Taghleef Industries (Ti) is one of the largest manufacturers of bi-axially
oriented polypropylene (
), cast polypropylene (
) and biaxially oriented polylactic acid (
) films
in the World, with an annual film capacity of
360.000 tons.
The Group was established in
merging the experience and power of three companies: Technopack
based in Egypt, Al Khaleej Polypropylene Co. (AKPP) based in Oman and Dubai Poly Film based in the United
Arab Emirates (UAE). Taghleef Industries belongs to the privately-owned
Al Ghurair Group
, which operates
in strategic businesses, such as real estate and shopping malls, manufacturing (packaging solutions and metals)
and investments. As the
largest producer in the Middle East,
it has been supplying films for two decades.
During the following years, Taghleef Industries commissioned new production lines and expanded its presence
in the global market through new mergers and acquisitions in order to meet the ever increasing domestic and
international market demands.
Currently, Taghleef Industries is present in
5 continents
with a total of
8 production sites
located in the UAE,
Oman, Egypt, Italy, Hungary, Australia, USA, Canada and
3 distribution centres
located in Germany, USA and
China. After the
last acquisition in the USA,
the total number of lines forming Taghleef Industries’ technology
park increased to 24. Thanks to its international presence and network and to its constant investments in people
and equipment, Taghleef Industries is now able to supply high-quality products serving
world markets.
2.1 Details of the organization
Having a global presence, Taghleef Industries is also involved in global issues and takes
full responsibility on
sustainable development.
Taghleef Industries is
now focussing on the environment,
one of the three pillars of
sustainable development and it is, therefore, committed to creating and offering alternative packaging solutions
while reducing the environmental impact of its manufacturing process.