Empower platinum sponsor of Wetex
Dubai, March 6, 2012
Empower, a leading district cooling services provider, is marking its eighth consecutive participation in the upcoming Water, Energy, Environment, Oil and Gas Exhibition 2012 (Wetex) in Dubai as a platinum sponsor.
The show will take place from March 13 to 15 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
“Wetex will highlight the advanced levels in Water, Energy and Environment sectors achieved in the UAE in recent times,” said Ahmed Bin Shafar, CEO of Empower.
“We are glad to support the event as the platinum sponsor, as it brings together companies from all around the world to share expertise. As leaders in the District Cooling industry, Empower seeks to benefit from the international exposure this event provides, as we continue to implement global practices in this domain.”
“The key aim of our participations in Wetex is to showcase the high standards of the District Cooling industry in the UAE to international visitors,” Bin Shafar added.
“This year, Wetex has gathered about 1,000 local and international companies and organizations. It is the largest ever exhibition to date, in terms of number of participants, categories and activities and events related to energy, water, environment, renewable resources of energy, conservation and many other important matters,” Bin Shafar said.
Wetex 2012 is an important regional resourcing platform for national and international companies to access wide range of latest technology and management solutions.
This event also provides avenue for industry leaders to keep abreast of the latest developments in the Gulf region in the field of water, energy and environment, as well to network and tie up with strategic partners to pursue innovative solutions.
Empower is expecting an increase in the demand on distinct cooling solutions in the coming years and this participation in Wetex forms part of its strategy to build its brand profile. – TradeArabia News Service
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