Balmoral to unveil e-water tank design
Dubai, October 21, 2012
Balmoral Tanks, a division of UK-based Balmoral Group Holdings, will be unveiling its innovative new electronic water tank design and quotation system, ‘Quest’, at the upcoming 'Big 5' exhibition in Dubai.
The largest event for the building and construction industry in the Middle East, the Big 5 will run from November 5-8 at Dubai’s International Conference and Exhibition Centre.
Aberdeen-headquartered-Balmoral is a leading provider of solutions to the building, civil and environmental engineering, energy, marine, polymer engineering and processing sectors.
In what is believed to be a ‘first’ for the water storage industry, Balmoral managing director Allan Joyce said, "We are delighted to bring the ground breaking Quest system to the Mena region. I am convinced our clients will benefit greatly from this clever use of design technology."
The pioneering European tank design and manufacturing company, he said, will also invite clients to ‘build’ their virtual tank live on screen, adding all components and accessories.
A full 3D version of the tank will be created before their eyes and a complete set of drawings and hard copies of their quotation
will be presented in a matter of minutes, he stated.
“Not only will they receive a valid quotation in minutes, if not seconds, they will be able to visualise their hot pressed sectional GRP tank on screen and make any design adjustment instantly. Whether this is for practical or aesthetic reasons the system will allow them to view the ‘finished’ product before committing to paper and price,” Joyce added.
Balmoral Tanks’ export sales director, Colin Shaw, said: "Having operated in the Mena region for many years, our company is recognised for providing top quality products and is always specified in the most prestigious projects."
“We understand that in our industry time is money and everyone is very busy. The significant investment made in Balmoral’s electronic design and quotation system will assist clients in putting their proposal packages together much more quickly and in complete confidence,” he remarked.-TradeArabia News Service
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