Toshiba in green push at Bahrain expo
Manama, March 2, 2014
Global energy giant Toshiba is to promote the use of power-saving green technology at this month's Arabian MEP (Mechanical Electrical Plumbing) Exhibition and Conference being held in Bahrain.
The company's Bahrain dealership YK Almoayyed and Sons project manager Pradeep Mathias said they would also have live demonstrations and a seminar to showcase their products aimed at preserving the environment and encouraging builders to use such technology, reported the Gulf Daily News, our sister publication.
"The show is a great opportunity for us to present what we are offering," he said. "It is a platform to get in touch with regional and international players and learn from their experiences."
The event, at the Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Centre, will be held under the patronage of Works Minister Essam Khalaf from March 17 to 19 and will bring together professionals and experts from the heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration industry from the region and beyond.
"Our products are an example of innovation, intelligence and imagination offering end users high efficiency and ensuring precise control from a versatile system," said Mathias.
"We have continued to set the benchmark in energy efficiency with significant technological advances. Our vision is to provide comfort to the building user."
A special seminar on trends and opportunities for businesses in the region at Dubai 2020 Expo and the usefulness of artificial rain will also be among the highlights at the show, which will showcase higher energy efficiency, greener products and sustainable technologies that have accelerated the pace at which new products and innovations are launched in the market.
A spokesman for event organisers Exposure Media said around 100 exhibitors are expected to take part.
"The event will discuss such technologies in detail and update builders and developers with the latest in the field and their use."
Engineering giant ABB Technologies and Awal Gulf Manufacturers are the event's platinum sponsors.-TradeArabia News Service