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Rockwell showcases sustainability solutions at Wetex

DUBAI, October 6, 2021

Rockwell Automation, the world's largest company dedicated to industrial automation and information technology, is showcasing sustainability solutions at the Water, Energy, Technology and Environment Exhibition (Wetex). The participation is in partnership with Al Ghandi Electrical and Automation. 
 
In line with Rockwell Automation’s strategy to drive digital transformation in the Middle East, this participation highlights Rockwell Automation’s commitment towards sustainability and building smarter and more sustainable infrastructure in the water industry. The show takes place at the Dubai Exhibition Centre from October 5 to 7. 
 
The Rockwell Automation and Al Ghandi Electrical and Automation teams have worked closely together to showcase their products and technologies for automated water and wastewater systems. 
Commenting on this occasion, Sagren Govender, Water Wastewater Industry Coordinator for EMEA at Rockwell Automation, said: “We are thrilled to be participating along with our distributor Al Ghandi Electrical and Automation in Wetex 2021. Over 20 years, Wetex has established itself as one of the largest and most important exhibition in the region. This is a significant milestone in our commitment towards sustainability and a unique occasion to showcase how our process automation and information solutions can help businesses manage their energy use and improve their water treatment operations.” 
 
An industry leader in the UAE for over 40 years, Al Ghandi Electrical and Automation operates from three office locations in Dubai, Jebel Al and Abu Dhabi and represents some of the world’s most renowned brands. 
 
As a member of Rockwell Automation’s PartnerNetwork programme since 2020, Al Ghandi Electrical and Automation already delivers an extensive package of Rockwell Automation’s solutions in several industrial automation categories. 
 
“It is well-known that the Middle East and North Africa are the world's most water-scarce regions and it is crucial for businesses in the region to take critical action to meet their water/wastewater business objectives. I am confident that the technologies and solutions showcased at Wetex 20201 will deliver great impact and support our customers in their journey towards sustainability and compliance,” added Srikrishna Ganesh, General Manager, Al Ghandi Electrical & Automation.-- TradeArabia News Service  
 

 




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