Voltamp eyes larger chunk of Saudi, Bahraini markets

Voltamp Energy, manufacturer of transformers and switchgears, is seeking to enhance its market share in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.

  
A trader uses his mobile as he monitors screens displaying stock information at the Saudi Stock Exchange (Tadawul) in Riyadh June 15, 2015.

A trader uses his mobile as he monitors screens displaying stock information at the Saudi Stock Exchange (Tadawul) in Riyadh June 15, 2015.

REUTERS/Faisal Al Nasser
08 August 2016
Muscat - Voltamp Energy, the Middle East's leading manufacturer of transformers and switchgears, is seeking to enhance its market share in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. 

The company recently gave a presentation on its products and services to a gathering of senior officials from key companies in Saudi Arabia. A similar presentation was given in Bahrain too.

The presentations are part of the company's strategic plan to enhance its market share in the two countries. Further, Voltamp took the opportunity to consolidate its brand image that it has built over a period of three decades in the region, a company statement said.

Eng Hassan Abdwani, CEO of Voltamp group of companies, said the group always seeks new markets for its products, building on the good reputation achieved over the past years. The company also wants to highlight the quality of Omani products and services outside the sultanate, and thus act as a goodwill ambassador for Omani products.

He said the presentations focused on Voltamp's existing, new and improved products as well as its world-class engineering services.

Voltamp's installations of transformers and switchgears of varying capacities in the MENA region have exceeded 25,000.

© Muscat Daily 2016


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