UAE’s business conglomerate Marjan Group, evinces interest in MAK’s sustainable wooden project, ahead of ‘COP28’ meeting at UAE!

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(L-R) Georgios Karaiskos, Business Development Manager, Marjan Group of UAE; Anupam Kapoor, VP, MAK Sustainable Developers; Ritesh Kumar, Assistant Director- Business Development, Canadian Wood; Harshendra Goyal, Regional Sales Director, Marjan group; Dr Nawab Mir Nasir Ali Khan, Promoter and Managing Director, MAK Projects; Abdulla Al Abdouli, CEO, Marjan Group, UAE; Aaref Alnuaimi, Consul General of UAE in Hyderabad; Mir Osman Ali Khan, Director, MAK Projects & Amina Mehmood, Director, MAK Sustainable Developers P Ltd.; posing for a picture in front of the MAK Canadian Wood villa at MAK BTR, Hyderabad, India.

Hyderabad, March 6th, 2023: Marjan Group, UAE, a leading business conglomerate of UAE and a mega real estate company, evinced keen interest in the eco-friendly and sustainable Canadian Wood construction. Mr. Abdulla Al Abdouli, CEO, Marjan group and the master-developer and architect of freehold properties in Ras Al Khaimah; accompanied by Mr. Harshendra Goyal, Regional Sales Director, Marjan group and Mr. Georgios Karaiskos Business Development Manager, Marjan group, visited the sustainable Canadian Wood Project in MAK BTR at Hyderabad; to understand the novel and pioneering initiative of MAK Projects.

Marjan Group is known for its thriving lifestyle destination and flagship project the Al Marjan Island, which was developed under the visionary guidance of His Highness Sheikh Saud Bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Ras Al Khaimah. The visit of the UAE delegation to MAK Projects has great significance. UAE is the host for the 28th session of the Conference of Parties (COP 28) to the UNFCCC (United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change), to be held from November 30th, 2023 to December 12th, 2023. UAE President His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan has declared the year 2023 as the “Year of Sustainability.”

UAE as a nation takes the averse climatic changes in the world very seriously. As host of COP28, UAE is committed to fulfilling the role of the global convener and will continue to support action and innovation in the field of sustainability. An eco-friendly project in climatic conditions akin to us is of immense interest to replicate in our country. The expertise of MAK Projects in sustainable wooden housing is impressive and the construction is aesthetically appealing, therefore we see a great opportunity to collaborate, says Mr. Abdulla Al Abdouli.

The delegation led by Mr. Abdulla had an extensive discussion with H.E Dr Nawab Mir Nasir Ali Khan, the Promoter and Managing Director of MAK Projects P Ltd., to gain comprehensive conversance of this unique wood construction in tropical climatic conditions, closer to the climate prevalent in UAE. The sustainable wood project in BTR Greens is a joint venture of MAK Projects P. Ltd., and Forestry Innovations Investment (FII) India, an enterprise of Government of British Columbia, Canada.

The sustainable wooden housing model project, MAK Projects is developing at MAK BTR, Hyderabad, has been garnering much attention and interest in the construction industry, the word has spread beyond borders. Its immensely heartening that the acknowledged leader in construction domain, Marjan group, is appreciating our niche expertise in a sustainable wooden housing, says H.E Dr Nawab Mir Nasir Ali Khan.

At the lunch hosted in honour of His Excellency Aaref Ali Muhammad Al-Taboor Al-Nuaimi-Consul General of the United Arab Emirates, Hyderabad, guests including Mr. Abdulla Al Abdouli; Mr. Harshendra Goyal; Mr. Georgios Karaiskos; Mr. Ritesh Kumar, Assistant Director, Business Development, Canadian Wood; Mir Osman Ali Khan, Director, Business Development, MAK Projects P Ltd., Amina Mehmood Khan, Director MAK Sustainable Developers P Ltd. and Anupam Kapoor, Vice President, MAK Sustainable Developers., among others attended.

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