Al-Futtaim ties up with Trend Control Systems
Dubai, December 11, 2007
Al-Futtaim Engineering, the Al-Futtaim Group’s market leading multi-disciplinary engineering organisation, has partnered with Trend Control Systems Limited, one of the world’s leading BMS manufacturers, to offer Trend BMS solutions across the UAE.
This is in light of the region’s fast-paced growth of the property sector and the growing need for efficient Building Management Systems (BMS).
“This partnership represents a key element in Al-Futtaim Engineering’s ambitious plans to widen its business horizon in line with its future growth strategy in the region and to assist the construction industry and developers to conserve energy and so contribute to sustainable urban development,” said managing director, Al-Futtaim Engineering, Dawood Ozair.
Trend Control Systems are installed in prestigious projects worldwide and in the region, like Heathrow Airport, Oxford University, London Eye, Royal Albert Hall, European Parliament at Strasbourg, Grosvenor House Hotel – Dubai, Montgomerie Golf Club House – Dubai, Burj Residence – Dubai, Ritz Carlton – Doha, Qatar Foundation and Shaikh Issa Library, Bahrain, said an official spokesman.
“Trend has always been ahead of the curve in offering cutting-edge integrated solutions to help lower costs while meeting changing market needs. This partnership is the next logical step, as we look ahead to take advantage of future opportunities,” Ozair added.
TCP/IP is the truly open standard and the most future proof Network Protocol for Data, Voice, Video and Building Automation in all types of Building. Trend’s web based range of DDC Controllers makes it a perfect fit for installations ranging from network convergent buildings to remotely monitored country/area wide networks.
“By combining our vision, years of experience and technological resources with Al-Futtaim Engineering’s reputation and reliability, we plan to deliver unparalleled integrated solutions and services to our clients,” said Yazdi Daruwalla of Trend ME. – TradeArabia News Service