ABB, a global technology company, has chosen to celebrate 45 years of success in the UAE during Expo 2020 Dubai. The company is committed to developing transformational projects in the country through electrical solutions, robotics, automation and movement technologies.
ABB is distinguished by its rich Swedish heritage and will celebrate its long-standing success and future expectations as an official partner of the Sweden Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai, where it will present its industry-leading technologies and those necessary to build a smart society and is set to highlight its innovations under the pavilion’s slogan “Shared innovation is the key to creativity.” Which includes a customized robot that helps turn plastic waste into furniture.
The company will celebrate ABB’s founding anniversary on December 13 with key executives, key partners, customers and employees. She will also join the Sweden Day celebrations at Expo 2020 Dubai on December 15. Passengers traveling through Dubai International Airport and Dubai Metro during the six-month Expo 2020 Dubai will be able to learn how ABB presented the brand’s ‘Let’s Plan the Future Together’ initiative.
Bjorn Rosengren, CEO of ABB, said: “We would like to congratulate the wise leadership of the United Arab Emirates on the successful opening of Expo 2020 Dubai. Especially in the United Arab Emirates.
He added: “As partners in the field of development in the UAE for more than four decades, we recognize the urgent need for continuous innovation and take advantage of the best advantages of electricity and automation to help the country maintain its leading position in the global scene. We look forward to meeting decision makers at Expo 2020 Dubai and working together to develop solutions to challenges.” present and forging a smarter future.
ABB’s first significant collaboration in the UAE focused on enabling the efficient supply of desalinated water. With the increase in investments in large projects in the UAE, ABB later began supporting the automation of Dubai International Airport and the operation of the Palm Jumeirah in Dubai, and ABB was selected To operate the Dubai Metro, the first automated metro system in the Middle East, the partnership with the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) saw the design and installation of ABB for control and monitoring systems in the substations of the gas-insulated switchgear stations of the Dubai Metro.