Kraftwerk Living Technologies, a leading company in the field of integrated media technology solutions and media-based attractions headquartered in Austria has announced the opening of its first Middle East office in May 2021 which now means a total of five global offices worldwide.
Kraftwerk Living Technologies (KLT) is located in Dubai with an office in the Concord Tower, Media City in the King Salman Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud Street and a warehouse for operations in the Saeed Al Maktoum Complex at the Jebel Ali Industrial Area First. The successful opening was followed by a membership of MENALAC, the Middle East association for the amusement and attractions industry.
KLT has previously worked at Dubai Parks and Resorts, IMG Worlds of Adventure and other major projects, the team is currently busy at Dubai Expo 2020 preparing for the opening (originally scheduled for 20th October 2020 – 10th April 2021, however, due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United Arab Emirates, the new dates are 1st October 2021 – 31st March 2022).
KLT’s skills and expertise fit the high-level nature of projects in UAE – from museums to retail and from themed entertainment to any complex display solution.
With more than 20 years of experience in the electrical systems technical environment, the UK-native and now UAE-based Stuart Taylor is more than pleased to take on the new roll as designated Managing Director of Kraftwerk Living Technologies for the Middle East region. Previously working on the Kingdom Saudi Arabia Pavilion for the Dubai Expo 2020 and with involvement in numerous media technology projects in the past, Taylor is bringing an extensive technical experience for existing and future Middle East clients. He and the team can also be met at this year’s Saudi Entertainment and Amusement Show in Riyadh from September 7th to 9th, 2021, exhibiting there for the very first time.
Manfred Meier, Chief Executive and Founder of Kraftwerk Living Technologies advises “we believe in the Middle East’s growing entertainment and culture markets and opening an office in Dubai is an important step to strengthen our operations worldwide.
“With over 28 years of experience, KLT has a perfect understanding of the market’s dynamic challenges. Focused on providing the highest quality and innovation, we are the perfect partner for highly sophisticated solutions individually tailored to specific customer needs.
“Our current aim is to enrich the Middle East market with innovative technology and expertise in technical design, engineering, implementation and maintenance. On top of this, we have several new unique attraction products as well as ground – breaking LED solutions, which are going to inspire the UAE and Saudi Arabian market.”
For more information on KLT’s activities in the Middle East contact Stuart Taylor, Managing Director at KLT’s Dubai office firstname.lastname@example.org
+971 585 683 896, www.kraftwerk.ae
Image: Managing Director Stuart Taylor (middle) with the team on site (left) and two of KLT’s Austrian colleagues (right)
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