Nehmeh takes part in Project Qatar 2018
May 18 2018 02:12 AM
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Qatar’s leading industrial solutions provider Nehmeh participated in the recently concluded 15th edition of Project Qatar 2018 at Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre.
Nehmeh is an authorised distributor for leading brands which are market leaders in their own categories. The highlight of this year’s event was a dedicated Ventilation Solutions pavilion in the indoor section as part of Nehmeh’s Construction Solutions’ division. 
Live demonstrations were held by power tools major Makita, light construction equipment and machinery by Chicago Pneumatic, IMER, Stampa, SDMO and Koshin from Japan. 
Also featured at the outdoor area were fixing solutions by Rawlplug and surveying equipment by German made Geo-Fennel. Made in USA ‘Portacool’, Sofy Fans and dust suppression equipment for construction sites by Spray Cannon were featured with visitors getting hands on experience with the products.
“Nehmeh range of industrial solutions cover major solutions required for the Qatari construction market. Given Qatar’s rapid growth we have been able to cover major construction solutions as required here in Qatar.” said Simon A Nehme, chief business development officer at Nehmeh. 
“Qatar’s first and only manufactured Air Handling Unit (AHU) and Fan Coil Unit (FCU) by Nehmeh Air Conditioners along with our state-of-the-art products in Ventilation Solutions were well received by the visitors at this year’s Project Qatar.” he added. 
A large number of visitors at the indoor and outdoor pavilion visited Nehmeh to have a look at the new technology and product offerings presented at Project Qatar 2018. Every year Project Qatar has been an important event in the calendar to showcase Nehmeh’s range of products and to serve the construction solutions requirements in Qatar. This year was the 14th successive year of participation for Nehmeh at Project Qatar.




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