PERI Qatar showcased its new LIWA wall panel formwork system and the TRIO wall panel system in its first ever Product Launch Day in the country.
Held at its established premises in the New Industrial area, the high turnout of contractors demonstrated the increasing demand for new innovations which can improve productivity and safety on site.
The event included product demonstrations by Product Specialist Joerg Bertram who was invited from the Peri headquarters in Germany to share his international experience on wall formwork systems with customers. It also presented the attending decision-makers in the construction industry with an opportunity to exchange experiences and technical knowledge related to the enormous challenges faced on projects in Qatar today.
The demonstrations highlighted the main benefits of the LIWA solutions: lightweight, crane-independent and highly flexible.
“With a simple corner design and a wide range of accessories, the system proves to be highly versatile especially with its multi-purpose panel that includes a perforated strip,” said a Peri spokesman.
“It was specifically developed for construction sites where crane capacities are very limited and complete forming by hand can take place,” he added.
The TRIO system was also displayed. The main feature for simple and fast assembly of this system is the use of only one component for all connections. This component is used for fastening, aligning and tightening in a single operation.
Technical discussions took place between the Peri sales team and technical experts and customers. The event featured video presentations and customers received the latest technical documentation with regard to the wall panel systems and others.
Peri also showcased its newly renovated showroom and training centre which is currently its largest training centre and exhibition facility in the Middle East.
“The training centre will serve for further customer training in the future, and will facilitate a hands-on experience for customers with all Peri products,” said the spokesman.