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End-users keener than ever on curbing opex, says Niba

Cooling tower company’s representatives say global trends have prompted further investments in R&D

| | Dec 5, 2017 | 9:00 am
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End-users continue to showcase growing appreciation for energy-efficient and sustainable technologies to optimise operational costs and save resources. So said Murat Bakanay, General Manager, Niba Cooling Towers, while sharing his views with Climate Control Middle East on recent global trends the company has witnessed. He added that this has prompted the company to heavily invest in R&D to further address demand through “innovation and improvement”.

Birey Bakanay, Vice General Manager, Niba Cooling Towers, added that the company has also invested in proper certification, citing Niba’s NB model cooling towers, which, he said, is certified by both CTI and Eurovent. Birey Bakanay provided the model as an example of the company’s expensive research initiative, saying the product had been tested across different design conditions at the company’s laboratory. The R&D project, he said, is on-going and continues to explore extra options. The company, he added, has launched another project to ensure shorter lead time to the market, which is soon to be applied.

With its main export markets comprising the Middle East and countries belonging to the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), Birey Bakanay said Niba is looking to reinforce its position in the UAE market. He expressed his optimism in the company’s ability to meet the needs of the local sectors, especially following the recent opening of the Turkish Trade Center (TTC) office in Dubai.

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