Memon awards air-conditioner contract to Hi-Tech
Dubai, January 13, 2009
Memon Investments, a leading Dubai-based property developer, has appointed Umm Al Quwain-based Hi-Tech Electro Mechanical Contracting to install YORK air-conditioners within four of its towers.
The developer revealed that it has awarded an Dh13.6 million contract for 890 air-conditioning units, which will be exclusively supplied by Gulf Sail Gen. Trdg Group, the authorised distributor of YORK products in the UAE.
Under the contract, Hi-Tech will supply and install its ‘Affinity Series Air Conditioners’ - an internationally reputed range of air-conditioning solutions, which are engineered to meet the exceptionally high standards for long-life, quiet operation, cost-effectiveness and energy efficiency.
Memon Investments has also identified with the product’s energy-saving features in line with the developer’s commitment to green building codes, which it will be implementing within the 5 new projects it has planned within Jumeirah Village South.
“Hi-Tech Electro Mechanical Contracting has been a leading establishment that has widely promoted YORK brand in the region and possesses an extensive experience in large-scale implementations, which we require among all our partner suppliers,” said Rizwan Shaikhani, joint managing director, Memon Investments.
“As part of our agreement, we are also going to deliver preventive maintenance and spare parts, which are essential for the smooth and trouble free operation of YORK equipments,” concluded Rudolf Valerian D’Souza, manager, Hi-Tech.-TradeArabia News Service
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