One of our key Growth with Purpose targets is to increase the amount of revenue we derive from new-to-market solutions.

Our goal is to see these solutions account for 10% of our revenues by 2025 and already we are at 8.6%.

But one region is racing ahead – India.

That tremendous pace of innovation was on full display at the Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing (MEP) exhibition in Dubai in 2023 where our teams showcased no fewer than 10 new products, many of them firsts in the world, to Indian consultants and architects.

They included the freshwater anti-microbial anti-viral UVC pipe with silver ion technology and Flexpert, our next generation flexible hot and cold piping solution with electrofusion technology. Also on show were our acoustic and stormwater solutions, our advanced sewage treatment plant and surface drainage channels in three different materials.

We also took the chance to display our siphon drainage system and a new range of front-of-wall taps and fittings from our Artistry range.

While some of these solutions have been developed by our research hub in Bengaluru working closely with our product development teams on the ground, others such as the siphon drainage system were introduced in collaboration with other Aliaxis businesses from around the globe.

The emphasis was not just on raw innovation, but also on our commitment to support customers in installing and operating these systems, cementing the relationship we have built with them. At the exhibition, we took the opportunity to introduce our new Tech Services Organisation, which provides comprehensive support to our MEP customers.

Eric Olsen, CEO, and Sophie Desormière, Chief Growth Officer, were at the exhibition to underline Aliaxis commitment to innovation and close customer collaboration.

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