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Hamon Cooling Towers Company outlines market trends in MENA region

Company shares growing demand for energy-efficiency upgrades

| | Oct 11, 2018 | 11:35 am
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Dubai, UAE, 11 October 2018: Hamon Cooling Towers Company’s initial investment in the GCC region has paid dividends over the years, with the company securing notable projects across the Middle East, said Talal Damerchi, General Manager. As an example, he pointed to recent projects such as Dubai Airport, Jeddah Airport, Medinat Haj, KSU University, KAFD and Oman Air Base. Damerchi said this is owing to shorter lead times, with the plant in Saudi Arabia cutting out the four-week delivery cycle and experience in the region providing them with the knowledge to tweak solutions as per requirements and specifications of local markets.

Noor Sankary, Regional Sales Manager, Hamon Cooling Towers Company, said, while the Saudi Arabia subsidiary specialises in servicing oil & gas sectors in the MENA region, the Dubai office is focusing on servicing utilities, District Cooling plants and industrial plants, in addition to developing the air quality system products for the UAE market.

Damerchi said that the uptake of projects in the United Arab Emirates can be observed in tandem with significant growth of District Cooling, owing to public sector support and the formation of companies such as Tabreed, Empower, Palm District Cooling and Nakheel, which made large District Cooling the preferred solution for most residential and commercial communities, institutional buildings and malls. Damerchi added that the market in Egypt is picking up, following many requests for discussions with partners, and that Africa continues to be viewed as one of the emerging markets, in addition to certain parts of Asia.


Hannah Jo Uy is Assistant Editor at Climate Control Middle East magazine. She may be contacted at hannah@cpi-industry.com

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