Carrier exhibits innovative products at HVACR expo

During the HVACR expo, the Carrier team delivered presentations on the latest advancements in the industry.
Updated 06 February 2019
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Carrier exhibits innovative products at HVACR expo

Carrier, a provider of high-technology heating, ventilating, air-conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) solutions, introduced its latest innovations for Saudi Arabia at the recently concluded HVACR Expo Saudi 2019. These included its new variable refrigerant flow (VRF) system, the next-generation 30XV air-cooled screw chiller, a high-efficiency inverter hi-wall and ducted split system. 

Carrier operates in Saudi Arabia through Arabian Air Conditioning Company, Carrier Saudi Service Company and a joint venture with E.A. Juffali & Brothers.

“On behalf of Carrier, we are honored to serve as platinum sponsors of this event dedicated to the experts of the HVACR industry in Saudi Arabia and to introduce the latest, state-of-the-art technology into Saudi Arabia,” said Giorgio Elia, vice president, Carrier Middle East. “Our portfolio of products showcased at the event demonstrates our commitment to continuously improving energy efficiency and improving the comfort level of residents in the harsh Middle East climate conditions.” 

During the HVACR expo, the Carrier team delivered presentations on the latest advancements in the industry, with topics ranging from innovations in air-cooled chiller technology for high ambient environments to designing superior direct expansion systems using inverter technology for developers and end users.

“We are proud to be a part of this biggest HVAC expo in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for the fourth consecutive year,” said Amr Elmasry, director, marketing, communication and strategic projects, Carrier Middle East.


Cartier unveils Coloratura at historic Riyadh palace

Updated 13 February 2019
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Cartier unveils Coloratura at historic Riyadh palace

Guests of Cartier were treated to an unforgettable evening at the late King Faisal’s palace Qasr Al-Maather, situated in the heart of the Alfaisal University in Riyadh, as the maison unveiled its latest high jewelry collection Coloratura. 

The evening was held under the patronage of Princess Maha bint Mishari, vice president of external relations and advancement at Alfaisal University. In her opening remarks, she said: “The new friendship between maison Cartier and Alfaisal University is about the shared values and goals that we have in the areas of education and the empowerment of women.”

Princess Maha added: “Cartier’s global efforts as well as the great heart and commitment of the entire Cartier team were so very apparent in the spectacular exhibition created, as evidenced by the great care taken in preparation of the historic venue for the evening’s event.” 

Coloratura took the guests on a journey to the four corners of the globe, symbolic of Cartier’s long-standing relationship with India, Africa and the Orient. With dynamic stone pairings, unexpected color palettes and the illusion of infinite movement, Coloratura also featured exclusive pieces, created by Cartier especially for its Saudi clients.

Held in one of the Kingdom’s most iconic building, Coloratura was presented in conjunction with an exhibition of pieces from the Cartier Patrimony Collection, especially flown in for the occasion and illustrating the maison’s main creative influences throughout its history. A key piece of the exhibition was the Asma Allah Al-Husna bracelet, featuring a 19th century Islamic arts inspired creation.

“The legacy of the House of Cartier is ensured through the brilliance of its artisans, as is the legacy of Alfaisal ensured through that of its students. Shared values, mutual interests, and a commitment to education are what binds this collaboration for now, and for success in all its future endeavors to come,” said Princess Maha.

The guests witnessed and appreciated Cartier’s mastery of fine craftsmanship through pieces from the Tutti Frutti collection. A marriage of texture, color and form with sapphires, rubies and emeralds, Tutti Frutti possesses a unique style that dates back to the 1920s. 

“After Paris, Tokyo and Seoul, we are proud to offer our Saudi clients this stunning showcase of Cartier’s know-how in their home country,” said Alban du Mesnil du Buisson, managing director Cartier Saudi Arabia. 

“We are very pleased to have our event open to the public on one of the exhibition days, and truly honored to host it inside this unique and culturally significant structure that symbolizes the Kingdom’s commitment to nurturing and educating its community and youth — a philosophy that echoes Cartier’s values,” he added.