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Johnson Controls joins Eurovent Middle East

Industry association grows with the addition of Johnson Controls, and its affiliated brands, York and RuskinTitus

| | Sep 23, 2018 | 2:16 pm
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Dubai, UAE, 23 September 2018: Eurovent Middle East announced that Johnson Controls and its affiliated brands, York and RuskinTitus, have joined the industry organisation, in a Press communiqué.

Highlighting the region’s increasing concern for sustainability, health and safety, Johnson Controls supports the association’s approach to offer free education initiatives to the industry and work towards increased awareness on the latest technologies and best practices in the region, the communiqué said.

Commenting on the development, Dr Marcus Schumacher, Vice President and General Manager GCC, Johnson Controls, said: “Over the course of the last years, sustainability, health and safety remain the primary focus of government entities in the region. Johnson Controls offers complete solutions in the building technology space, with a special focus on smart connected HVAC, controls, fire, security and industrial refrigeration solutions – always with a strong commitment to ensure the lowest energy footprints and cost of ownership for our clients. Eurovent Middle East will enable our partners and clients to benefit from a centre of excellence consisting of leading industry experts sharing a unified vision of making this region a more safe, healthy and sustainable place to live, whilst driving best industry practices, policies and standardisation of key technologies applied in smart buildings.”

Commenting on the new membership, Markus Lattner, Director of Eurovent Middle East, said: “The support of Johnson Controls, is a valuable endorsement for the work we have done so far to establish a strong industry association for our sector. Their expertise in various fields, ranging from refrigeration to building automation, will significantly enhance our capabilities in providing education, legislative advice, standardisation input and the like.”


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