Hanania’s decades-through success streaks and green-energy alternatives establish concurrent strong presence in 2012
‘Hanania’ Solar Systems take part for the 4th time in the Jordan International Machinery and Electro-Mechanical Exhibition (JIMEX) 2012 launched on the 4th of June through the 7th; featuring the latest in ‘ideal solar energy products and solutions’.
Just like last year’s JIMEX’2011, the forum this year starred a separate booth for the solar-energy manufacturing pioneers, designated for the showroom modules and main products of solar energy solutions; Hanania played a vital role as they exhibited the Domestic Hot Water and Swimming Pool Heating systems.
“The booth stands an achievement of the decades long input into national production, and a recognition of our place in the market, and in the economy; covering over 60% of the Solar Energy Consumers Market across the country” said George Hanania, Company General Manager, “The 37 year-long market experience that Hanania stands for, proves how our solutions compensate market offering differences with quality, performance, reliability, and value for our customers” he added.
Today, Hanania –the family‐owned company founded in 1973; is considered the biggest industry first-mover Solar-system pioneer in The Kingdom. With over three decades of experience in Solar Thermal Energy Systems production and distribution, and well over 400,000 installations; ISO-awarded company ‘Hanania’, offers the highest quality products for solar hot water systems, with the average life-expectancy of 20 years per product; something to look out for when considering renewable energy solution systems.
JIMEX Forum was first launched in 2004 in cooperation with Jordan Engineers Association (JEA), and under the Patronage of The Ministry of Prime, and has been scoring considerable success over the past 8 years. Moreover, this year’s JIMEX exhibition 2012 is expected to bring in more visitors and participators than 2011’s ground breaking attendance, which accounts of over 400 brands and trademarks, and 6000 visitors, and is supported by official international commissionaires from India, Turkey, and Germany.