Kehinde Lawal and Esther Ehoche
In order to bridge the gap between performance, reliability and customer satisfaction in electrical power supply and control systems, Deep Sea Electronics in partnership with Hakman Engineeringrecently organised a two-day forum where they also unveiled the latest innovations in the energy sector.
Speaking at the workshop in Lagos, the Technical Support Manager of Deep Sea, Tony Manton, said that the forum was to enable the company meet with its customers, through the support of itsmajor distributor, Hakman Engineering.
He said the move was also to build new business and establish new partnership.
Also, the Managing Director, Hakman Engineering, Mr. Oladele Jagun, stated that his company has been in Nigeria for 17 years and remains a major distributor of Deep Sea Electronics products in the country and West Africa.
He pointed out that his firm basically provide solutions to the power industries across West Africa.
He added: â€œEveryone is our customer. We service customers from the oil and gas industries and our products are used by almost all the generator companies in Nigeria.
â€œThey are used everywhere because of its liability, ease of use, flexibility and compatibility.
â€œTo be a participant of this workshop, the first thing is to be an electrical engineer and a person who work with control systems.â€
Speaking on the objectives of the firm, the Business Development Manager, Hakman Engineering, Ayodeji Adeniyi, noted that the country presently is faced with a lot of challenges, saying his firm offerssolution that minimise operational expenses.
â€œWe are optimistic that the Nigeria power industry will improve, and we will make ourselves available to ensure that the necessary knowledge and technical know -how is available for optimum utilisation,â€ he said.