ABB to supply electrical systems to Azizi Riviera project in MBR City

Staff Report,

30 Jan 2022

UAE develop goes to Swiss technology company for switches, sockets and wiring accessories in flagship Dubai project

ABB to supply electrical systems to Azizi Riviera project in MBR City

Swiss technology major ABB will supply electrical systems to UAE-based developer Azizi’s Riviera waterfront project in Dubai’s MBR City after the two companies signed an agreement to this effect.
As per the deal, ABB will supply Azizi’s premium Riviera project with such electrical fittings as switches, sockets and wiring accessories, according to Azizi Developments.

Farhad Azizi, CEO, Azizi Developments, said: “ABB has a 130=plus-year history of innovation excellence. This partnership comes in light of our strategy to directly join forces with best-in-class providers and is sure to add immense value to our investors and end-users, who will benefit from added sustainable, advanced and sleek technology within their homes.”

According to the statement announcing the tie-up, ABB is a Switzerland-based leading technology company that connects software to its electrification, robotics, automation and motion portfolio to energise society and industries’ transformation to achieve a more productive and sustainable future.

Azizi added that the soon-to-be-completed residential and commercial developments in Riviera, MBR City, are designed to introduce a French-Mediterranean lifestyle to Dubai, and represent a new landmark destination with an abundance of retail space featuring three districts: an extensive retail boulevard, a lagoon walk with artisan eateries and boutiques, and Les Jardins — a green social space.

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