Elcir is one of the major industrial, contracting and retail Middle-Eastern companies specialized in wood works and furniture in particular, and finishing trades in general. It supplies, decorates, and furnishes five-star hotels, high-end residential units, office towers and public buildings throughout the world.
Elcir’s factory and showroom cover over 13,000 square meters and employs a team of more than 150 highly qualified designers, engineers, architects, and craftsmen. Machinery includes CNC and numerous automated machines for sanding and painting. State of the art manufacturing equipment combined with the plant’s large capacity allows Elcir to address virtually any size or type of project anywhere in the world. Its portfolio of current projects extends to countries such as the Bahamas, Turkmenistan, France and the Middle East. Elcir staff works closely with developers, owner representatives, architects and general contractors since the design phase, till manufacturing and installation phase.
Elcir’s industrial activities revolve mainly but not exclusively around architectural and custom-made woodworks with an emphasis on exotic woods and veneers. Its expertise also includes the manufacturing of fire rated wooden doors as per UL or BS standards, lift and slide wood windows, and rolling shutters. Manufacturing capabilities also include stainless steel and aluminum works, blinds and furnishing. A reliable network of subcontractors enables Elcir to complement the finishing trades with upholstery, glassworks, and marble works. In addition, the company offers high-end custom-designed furniture as well as office and outdoor furniture. Elcir works in close collaboration with several European, American and Asian suppliers in order to always offer the latest or fittest equipment. This wide scope of products makes Elcir one of the very few companies that deliver turnkey projects to worldwide clients.
Elcir was founded in 1956 by Mr. René Ingea, and is still family-owned, thus ensuring direct attention to customer needs and prompt reactivity.
Further information and references can be obtained on www.elcir.com