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STATRON @ Middle East Electricity Exhibition

Every visitor was bid welcome at our booth.

Statron @ Middle East Electricity Exhibition MEE

Visitors discussed expertly the shown objects.

Statron @ Middle East Electricity Exhibition MEE

This was it - the Middle East Electricity Exhibition 2018.

Statron @ Middle East Electricity Exhibition MEE

Our booth in the Switzerland Pavilion.

Statron @ Middle East Electricity Exhibition MEE

Our motivated sales team is looking forward to welcome you again in 2019.

The Middle East Electricity Exhibition MEE is the largest exhibition for the power industry hosted by the Ministry of Energy UAE. The exhibition covers power generation, transmission and distribution, lighting and renewable energies.

All leading manufacturers, system integrators or traders exhibit their products such as switchgears, transformers, generators solar products etc.
The exhibition attracts visitors from across the globe. As the region’s leading gathering of power industry professionals, companies can expect to find new customers, strengthen relationships with existing clients and develop or expand their business.

For the first time STATRON not only participated in the exhibition but also used the event to show the case industry leading & state of the art battery charger BDTe.
We have witnessed massive response from partners, customers & suppliers. The majority of visitors were delighted about the features offered by the BDTe. Our team of STATRON Middle East warmly welcomed every visitor at the booth and introduced STATRON’s systems and the company.

Our participation in this prestigious event reinforced our vision, as well as the operational excellence and strong local presence in the region. Overall it was a major success for STATRON. We would like to thank all visitors who came to see us at our booth. We’re looking forward to welcome you again in 2019.

 

Syamprasad Dondapati, General Manager STATRON Middle East FZCO
Ruben Vogelsang, Global Sales and Marketing Director STATRON Group

 

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