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Al Masaood takes part in Middle East Electricity

DUBAI, 16 days ago

The Power Division of Al Masaood, an industrial conglomerate in the UAE, is participating at the Middle East Electricity (MEE) 2019, currently taking place till 7 March at the Dubai World Trade Centre.

MEE is the established regional hub for power generation, electrical and solar solutions, and Al Masaood Power Division participation at this year’s edition marks more than a decade of involvement with the event.

The Division is exhibiting with its partner Volvo Penta Sweden and will display the following Diesel Engines within the Power Generation segment Volvo Penta TWD1683GE-- fully equipped with 6 cylinder diesel engine and block, lubrication system, fuel system, cooling system, turbo charger, electrical system and exhausts after-treatment system; Volvo Penta TAD734GE- one of the most practical and popular engines designed by Volvo Penta, this engine is an inline six cylinder, 7.2 litre, six hole fuel injector diesel genset with turbo and air cooled exhaust manifold, a dual speed engine, with dual American & European emission certificates capable of producing 50 Hz/1500 rpm and 60 Hz/1800 rpm for prime and standby power generation.

Rasso Bartenschlager, general manager, Al Masaood Power Division, said: “Al Masaood has been the UAE distributor for Volvo Penta Sweden since 1972 and we are proud to once again be exhibiting with one of the leading global internal combustion engine manufacturers at this special event. Our strategic ambition is to reinforce Volvo Penta as a key market player.

“We are dedicated to ensuring customer satisfaction and success of their businesses. Our ultimate mission is to be the leader in sustainable power solution and we look forward to interacting with new and existing clients and customers throughout MEE 2019.”

MEE 2019 offers exhibitors access to thousands of potential customers from across the Middle East, Africa and around the world. As the region’s leading gathering of power industry professionals, companies can anticipate meeting new customers, strengthen relations with existing clients and develop or expand their business in the Middle East and Africa.

This year’s exhibition is focusing on the breakthroughs in the generation, distribution, storage and use of power to meet domestic needs and international requirements, whilst aiming to discover the thousands of power products and innovative technologies that are energizing the industry. – TradeArabia News Service




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