Duval Messien, a world leader in lightning protection and specialist in earthing solution has expanded its Middle East operations through Manav Enterprises. In addition to existing offices in Dubai and Oman, Manav Enterprises has announced the commencement of two new offices in Kuwait and KSA. Over the past year, Manav Enterprises experienced nearly 620 percent growth in revenues. This growth has fueled the company’s expansion into additional markets with new team members and created the resources to deliver the latest technology through a variety of channels in the region.
“To meet consumer and business customers' expectations for fast and reliable services, Duval Messien is continuously optimizing its network. We continuously thrive to preserve market leadership and provide next generation services to the industry. After thoroughly analyzing the market, we are convinced that there is a lot of potential to be explored in the two strong markets of Kuwait and KSA” said Mr. Ajay Bhatia, Chairman, Manav Enterprises.
The company brings a wealth of scientific and technological innovation, quality assurance, delivery and implementation of safety solutions as well as valuable relationships across the world. Hallmarked projects like Burj Dubai Tower, Royal properties in Oman, DEWA headquarter are already in its portfolio.
“Past cannot be reference to the future. Global warming is driving the region to adapt higher safety standards and move towards technologically advanced third generation lightning and earthing solutions”, said Mr. Sonjib Banerjee, Technical Director, Duval Messien.
"Performance, reliability and scalability are crucial elements in accommodating future network expansion. Duval Messien is well prepared for this growth and poised to take advantage of market opportunities as the world's largest and fastest growing specialist in high–tech lightning protection and earthing. The region will now benefit from the first hand information regarding evolution in earthing science from Duval Messien R&D team based at France,” added Mr. Banerjee.