Wilo Middle East hosted a seminar at Rotana Downtown Hotel 7th November, to unravel the newest water solutions for building services and water management. Wilo Middle East presented state-of-the-art high-efficiency water pumps utilizing commercial, residential, water supply, drainage and sewage solutions to installers, consultants and end-users.
Fouad Ahmed, Marketing Manager of Wilo Middle East, strongly believes in the quality and reliability of the products offered. “At Wilo, we are proud to offer industry leading technology that is consistent, reliable and innovative,” said Fouad. The Bahraini market is promising and pivotal market. Hence, organizing these seminars is essential to introduce the market to systems for building services, entire water management chain and the industrial sector. This allows all partners in these sectors to benefit from the latest solution we offer.”
Munther Al Kooheji, director of Delta Industrial Supplies, stated that Delta is proud to partner with Wilo, and is honored to work alongside Wilo to distribute its products around Bahrain. “Wilo is the ultimate partner when it comes to strategy and development in all pump solutions,” said Al Kooheji. “We constantly work together to maintain and build our partnership for the benefit of both companies as well as the benefit of our customers in Bahrain.”
Wilo is consistently looking to grow and expand to all corners of the globe. The company has had a presence in the Middle East for the past 20 years, and they are focusing their efforts towards improving the development and facilitating growth in Bahrain through their superior products.
It’s worth noting that Wilo SE announced an investment to build a local facility in Jebel Ali Freezone, Dubai in line with its Middle Eastern Expansion plans. The investment plan consists of constructing offices, a training center, warehouses, Wilo academy and a local assembly plant over an 8,000 square meter plot of land with the aim to serve clients and distributors in the Middle East. The expansion is projected to be completed by the March 2018.