Balmoral to meet water storage demand
Firm looking to capitalise on regional water storage needs
Scottish company Balmoral Tanks will showcase its line of products at The Big 5 2009 as demand for technologically advanced water storage increases in the Middle East.
The company is targeting the region with its ‘climate proof’ tanks as water becomes progressively scarce.
Balmoral Sectional Tanks and acquired company Horseley Bridge Tanks will exhibit tanks made from steel and glass reinforced plastic, which aim to store water in the most efficient and economical way.
“We are seeking agents in order to penetrate the Middle East market effectively and really build on the Balmoral brand,” said company exports sales director Colin Shaw.
“Exciting times lie ahead; the market may have taken a hit, however we, like many, are optimistic about the months and years ahead.”
Future projections indicate that demand for water in the UAE will rise from 5 billion m3 to seven billion m3 by 2020, raising concerns for water scarcity in the region.
The company is seeking agents in the Middle East in order to strengthen its plans for expansion and growth throughout the GCC and keep up with current demand.