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Electrosonic builds new production facility in Dubai

Big enough to handle large-scale projects in the region with local resources

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Electrosonic, an international audiovisual and technology services company, has completed planning and construction for its brand-new production facility and regional hub in Dubai to provide direct and enhanced local support to clients in the Middle East.

The company is a global provider of technology solutions for many business sectors, including, financial and professional business services, entertainment – theme parks, museums, visitor centers, gaming and hospitality, technology and media, energy, and utilities.

The new facility in Dubai is a strategic move and reflects Electrosonic’s increased commitment to the region. It builds on more than 14 years of experience in the Middle East, where Electrosonic has been involved in designing, building, and supporting some of the most important award-winning projects in the region, including the world’s largest indoor theme park, corporate campus rollouts for numerous Fortune 500 companies, and the world’s largest museum complex at the Sheikh Abdullah Al Salem Cultural Center.

The new production site forms an important regional hub for the Middle East. Electrosonic will no longer have to rely on production from the EMEA-UK facility, providing a faster, more responsive service to local clients and reduce time to project execution.

The Dubai facility is comparable in size to the company’s substantial production units in the UK and USA, providing Electrosonic with the capacity to handle large-scale projects in the region with local resources. The new facility is up and running from its outset, already completing the first system build for one of Expo 2020’s most technologically advanced pavilion sites. The new facility will serve as an expansion hub to the region.

Electrosonic already has a core resident team in Dubai with extensive experience in the region and plans to bring in more talent as part of an ambitious program to double permanent staff numbers.