DUKE INTERNATIONAL FZCO is one of the largest and strongest suppliers of structural steel and building materials in the United Arab Emirates and the Middle East Markets. We cater to Fabricators, End Users in the Construction, Oil Field, Petrochemical, Maritime Industries and to Traders.
The founders of DUKE have been in business of steel in Oman since 1974. In 1994, Duke started its stock and trade hub in Sharjah under the name DUKE TRADING EST. In 2002, Duke started its operations in Dubai under the name DUKE STEEL TRADING Co. LLC
In 2004, Duke set up a large warehousing facility in Jebel Ali Free Zone housing a varied range of Long, Flat and other building material products to cater to avast customer base across the MENA Region.
Our extensive inventories and logistically located warehouses give us the ability to supply our wide product range at ease. We import structural steel from all over the world for both our stock and for specific customer requirements.
Competitive pricing, excellent customer service, product expertise and quick deliveries are the factors that provide the foundation upon which the Company's success has been built.
Commitment to customer satisfaction is not just another statement at DUKE, it is the result of teamwork and dedication of our highly trained employees and management, who as a team, know and understand your requirements. To achieve this standard of excellence, as an ISO 9001 certified company, we adhere to the most stringent industry standards for product quality and service to meet / exceed your specifications. Our staff upholds a strong internal tradition, through experience, for innovative and reliable performance.
To be a leader in our industry by relentlessly providing world-class products for Structural Steel & Building Materials and innovative customer services while enhancing the interest of all stakeholders.
To enhance continual improvement in productivity, quality service, on-time delivery, technology and costs.
To establish quality requirements from our partners, customers and suppliers.
To emphasize prevention rather than detection in the drive towards Total Quality Management.