Emirates Glass Celebrates Ramadan and its Traditions with Delightful Iftar

(June 14, 2018) – The Iftar gathering brought together all the executive staff and factory workers of  Emirates Glass and Lumi Glass Industries, who enjoyed the ritual of breaking the fast together, nourishing body and soul with delicious food and excellent company. More than 400 people, their significant others and families joined their colleagues in attending the traditional Iftar Dinner. Far away from work and projects, staff and factory workers reconnected during this special time, sharing personal news, as well as perspectives on the business environment, and rekindling memories of working together.


Mr. Rizwanulla Khan – Executive President, Emirates Glass, Lumi Glass and SAG, welcomed Mr. S. Krishnamurthy, COO, Dubai Investments, Mr. Ahmed Al Shared- Operations Manager, Dubai Investments and; department managers, unit heads & staff, as well as their families and the factory workers.


He addressed the crowd with an interesting insight about how fasting in Ramadan benefits the human body and saves it from numerous life threatening diseases. Mr. Rizwan also emphasized about the real essence of fasting which is way beyond abstaining from eating and drinking– but from lying, bad morals and behaviors. He said, “Fasting is supposed to make you a better person for yourself and the people around you. It has to train you for controlling your whims/desires and basic needs, with a strength, willpower and determination to do it, or to change. Fasting is a balance between the body and soul”.


“We are very appreciative of all Emirates Glass and Lumi Glass employees and want to commemorate the Year of Zayed by announcing year-end bonuses to all employees. Our employees are “our family”, they are the main shareholders of the company and we felt it appropriate to provide a more direct recognition of their importance to Emirates Glass success.  The bonuses are possible due to the company’s robust financial performance in 2017 and strong confidence in the growing economy.


Also speaking at the event, Mr. Ahmed Al Shared congratulated the event attendees as it invokes traditions that are in line with the religious customs of the region, and emphasized that organizing such events or meetings is aimed at enhancing good relationships among staff members on all managerial levels, disseminating sense of cooperation and fraternity amongst the Company employees. He also added that Ramadan is a time of charity and distributed Suhoor food boxes to the Emirates Glass and Lumi Glass factory workers.

The Emirates Glass Iftar dinner won much admiration from the attendees. The guests were much impressed as they relished a traditional and truly sumptuous Iftar buffet complemented with Arabic, Indian and Chinese cuisine, assorted juices and mouth melting desserts.


The 2018 corporate Iftar gathering of Emirates Glass provided the ideal setting amongst their families and groups to preserve the tradition while enjoying their time together in a comfortable and relaxed environment.