JGB to distribute ABB drives range
Manama, June 10, 2012
JGB International, a leader in the supply of oil and gas insulations, has been named the first authorised channel partner in the Middle East, Africa and India to distribute and provide technical expertise for ABB's low voltage drives.
As part of the deal, the company will distribute ABB's products, typically used in a wide range of industrial applications from machine building to controlling comprehensive procession lines.
These will enable high performance motor control and provide flexible connectivity to automation systems. They will also improve process efficiency, reduce energy consumption and improve productivity.
"Our prime business objective is to provide our customers with superior quality products that add value to their business coupled with excellent product and customer services," said JGB Group director Abdul Gafoor.
"We are upbeat in collaborating with ABB whose provider programmes will be able to deliver much better value to clients."
ABB local division manager for discrete automation and motion Aki Maenpaa said through the programme, ABB aims to ensure consistent quality of the network and improve channel management and support. We are very pleased to recognise JGB as first ABB authorised value provider in the Middle East and beyond."
JGB Bahrain is part of JGB Group, a renowned business conglomerate with interests in industrial products in oilfield, water and other industrial segments.
Headquartered in Bahrain, with branches in Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the UAE, the JGB Group partners with internationally reputed brands.
ABB is a leader in power and automation technologies that enable utility and industry customers to improve performance while lowering environmental impact. The group operates in around 100 countries and employs more than 145,000 people. – TradeArabia News Service
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