Increasing construction projects in the Middle East have spurred the growth of temporary cooling, in particular the expansion of mix-used real estate development projects. As a result, Rental Solutions & Services says it plans to further expand both its current offering and add additional products into its Middle East fleet to further support its wide and diverse customer base.
"RSS started operations with a small fleet of chillers in 2007 and within 18 months of operations, it has surpassed an in-fleet cooling capacity of 25,000TR,” said Milan Balac, managing director of RSS. “We are continuously expanding our cooling and power fleet and adding new products to meet the high market demand.
“RSS has received excellent support from the Bank of Scotland which in turn has helped to fast track our fleet expansion in both the cooling and power segments. The RSS finance facility has been significantly increased to an 8-digit USD sum, which demonstrates the bank's confidence in our management team and our global expansion plans."
Colin Cav, RSS general manager for Northern Gulf added, "RSS is committed to serve the rental cooling market across the Gulf region. Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman and Bahrain are all key markets and will provide growth opportunities. We are seeing great opportunities in several key cities including Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Dammam, Jeddah, Riyadh, Manama, Doha and Muscat."
RSS has also increased its temporary power capacity to 80MW to support its temporary cooling fleet and the rental power market. RSS is currently widening the capacities of its temporary generator fleet to meet the increasing and varying demand within the Middle East market.
Headquartered in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, RSS is a global provider of temporary power and a leader in rental cooling solutions in the Middle East, offering reliable equipment, flexible services and highly qualified engineers, available 24 hours a day / 365 days a year.
RSS Temporary Cooling Solutions include high-efficiency, air-cooled chillers; water-cooled modules, cooling towers and integral VFD pumps; a wide range of fluid pumps for various applications; a variety of certified high-pressure flexible hoses; a large inventory of fluid line components including double regulating valves, non-return valves, strainers and associated equipment; automatic make-up water and chemical treatment systems; in-house fabrication facilities for project-specific installation requirements such as headers, reducers and connection points; and remote monitoring options are also available for all temporary chiller installations.
RSS Temporary Power Solutions includes a full range of acoustically containerized generators; distribution boards, change-over panels and junction boxes; an extended range of environmentally safe fuel tanks; and high-current-rating flexible power cables for extreme ambient conditions.