UAE’s BMTC to supply 45,000 LED units to Al Ain hospital
Bahri & Mazroei Trading Company will reveal the details of its contract to supply LED luminaries to a hospital project in Al Ain at Light Middle East 2017
Bahri & Mazroei Trading Company (BMTC) has announced that it has signed a contract to supply 45,000 LED luminaries to a hospital project in Al Ain.
The subsidiary of the UAE-based Bahri & Mazroei Group revealed in a statement that the contract, its largest LED project to date, covers the supply of indoor, outdoor, and landscape lighting.
The project will help achieve significant savings in energy consumption by as much as 50%, with zero maintenance for five years and heat reduction leading to savings in air conditioning bills by 10%.
BMTC said it would announce more details about the project at Light Middle East 2017, a three-day exhibition that opened on 17 October in Dubai.
BMTC’s product showcase at the event is in line with the theme of the event, which focusses on lighting solutions for smart cities, and includes street, tunnel, and indoor commercial lighting, as well as aesthetic products such as façade and fountain lighting.
For the exhibition, the company has brought in a range of systems by international companies such as Schréder, Trilux, Meyer, and Oase.
Esam Al Mazroei, vice chairman of Bahri & Mazroei Group, said: “As the premier and complete provider of smart and sustainable lighting solutions, we have a strong track-record in providing high-quality lighting for prestigious developments in the UAE and the wider region.
“We have now further strengthened our portfolio and introduced innovative digital experiences to enhance customer service, and we are presenting our strengths to our industry partners at Light Middle East.”
He added: “We are committed to the UAE Vision 2021 to be a partner in the sustainable development agenda, and our product showcase is a testament to our approach. Our solutions are also an ideal fit to the ongoing preparations for Expo 2020 Dubai, which has sustainability as a key theme.”