Kraftwerk Living Technologies, a leading-edge AV systems integrator, has launched its Middle East office. The company now has five global offices around the world.
The new branch, Kraft Werk Living Technologies LLC is located in Dubai, in the Concord Tower, Media City. It also has an operations warehouse in the Saeed Al Maktoum Complex at the Jebel Ali Industrial Area First.
Middle East expansion
This is not the company’s first foray into the region, having worked on projects with Dubai Parks and Resorts, IMG Worlds of Adventure and Dubai Expo 2021. Kraftwerk Living Technologies’ expertise lends itself to high-level projects in the UAE, from museums to themed entertainment.
As part of this expansion, Stuart Taylor will take on the role of Managing Director of Kraft Werk Living Technologies for the Middle East. Taylor has over 20 years of experience in the sector and has previously been working on the Saudi Arabia pavilion for Dubai Expo 2020. He will also be bringing a team to the Saudi Entertainment and Amusement Show in Riyadh from 7 – 9 September.
“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,” says Manfred Meier, CEO and Founder of Kraftwerk Living Technologies.
“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 groundbreaking LED solutions, which are going to inspire the UAE and Saudi Arabian market.”
Last year, the company added Russian and Chinese language versions of its newly revamped website.
Top image: Managing Director Stuart Taylor (middle) with the team on site (left) and two of KLT’s Austrian colleagues (right)