Dubai, Sharjah, 23 May 2018. With S.K.M. Air Conditioning from Sharjah, one of the Gulf region’s leading HVAC manufacturers has joined the Eurovent Middle East association. S.K.M. is driven by its mission of ensuring a “Total Customer Satisfaction” with a broad portfolio of premium international products. The company joins an increasing number of leading local and international manufacturers from the GCC region that decide to join the Eurovent Middle East family.
S.K.M. is recognised throughout the Gulf for its innovatively designed and meticulously engineered air conditioning equipment. It has contributed to hundreds of prestigious projects such as the Farwaniyah Hospital in Kuwait, the Al Ain Airport in UAE, or the Al Mashaaer Al Mugaddasah Metro Project in Saudi Arabia. The company is now Eurovent Middle East’s 40th member company.
Ammar Abdulateef Abdulhameed, QHSE & Lab Director at S.K.M., states:
“We fully support the aims of Eurovent Middle East to improve standards and legislation in the region while raising awareness and knowledge on latest technologies. As a truly local manufacturer, SKM has always acknowledged its wider responsibility towards society. Improving energy efficiency and indoor air quality and reducing the region’s CO2 footprint are challenges we can only solve by working hand in hand as an industry. We hope that many more manufacturers follow our example of joining Eurovent Middle East.”
Markus Lattner, Director of Eurovent Middle East, added:
“We are very proud of welcoming S.K.M. Air Conditioning to our association. Since our very beginning, we have made clear that we want to be an association from the region, for the region. Our aim is to contribute to a regional level-playing field while rising standards and requirements across the GCC for the benefit of everyone. Together with strong partners such as S.K.M., we can definitely achieve this.”
Eurovent Middle East represents the region's leading manufacturers of Indoor Climate (HVAC), Process Cooling, Food Cold Chain, Industrial Ventilation, and Building Automation Technologies, as well as sector associations and industry initiatives active in these fields. By thinking ‘Beyond HVACR', contributing manufacturers fulfil highest requirements in terms of product quality and sustainability. For more information, visit www.eurovent.me.