DUBAI, UAE, 2 February 2024: Eurovent Middle East announced that Mekar Air Handling Units has joined the Association. Making the announcement through a Press release, Eurovent said this move presents Mekar as the latest addition to the expanding consortium of industry players uniting to promote the adoption of sustainable technologies. The step, Association said, underscores the increasing significance of collaboration among industry organisations in addressing HVACR sector challenges and advancing regulations for the Middle East region.
Founded in 1973 in Verona, Eurovent said that Mekar has undergone significant growth since its inception and has emerged as a leader in commercial HVAC solutions. The Association said that its commitment lies in the delivery of high-quality equipment, the cultivation of strong customer relationships, and the provision of excellent post-sales support. At the core of Mekar’s operations, Association added, is a strong dedication to technological innovation, development, and best manufacturing practices. Eurovent said that, supported by an extensive network of international partners, Mekar is widely recognised for reliability and excellence in air treatment solutions.
Bharath Babu, General Manager, Mekar Air Handling Units, said “We support the aims of Eurovent Middle East to improve standards and legislation in the region, while raising awareness and knowledge on the latest technologies available in the market. We appreciate the continuous efforts to gather the main industry players under a strong association and look forward to cooperating with our colleagues and peers on education and training as well as on regulatory matters. We believe that collaboration within our industry will offer us opportunities to positively influence the future of this market and contribute to the development of energy-saving regulations in the Middle East.”
Markus Lattner, Managing Director, Eurovent Middle East, said: “Harmonised standards and regulations in the region and education are objectives shared by most if not all manufacturers. Every member plays an important part in working towards improved energy efficiency and sustainable practices. We can provide education, training, and stakeholding in regulatory discussions, which are needed to shape the future only with joint efforts. We thank Mekar for their commitment and we look forward to a fruitful collaboration.”