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Tuesday, October 25, 2011
A seminar on steam turbines, organised by JJ-Pun in Myanmar, successfully introduced the Group’s turbine products to the rapidly growing market.
Last October, Jebsen & Jessen Cambodia (JJCB) and JJ-Pun in Myanmar successfully organised warehouse technologies and steam turbine seminars for customers and prospects.
JJCB invited key industry players to join a half day seminar focusing on warehouse management efficiency.
“Warehouse technology involves numerous products that we have in our portfolio and the seminar successfully displayed our capabilities to serve the sector through our Communications and Material Handling business units,” says Alfons Mensdorff-Pouilly, general manager JJCB.
“We first displayed MHE-Demag’s products for warehouses, such as dock levelers or shutter doors, and later presented Jebsen & Jessen Communications’ solutions packages and equipment for bar code scanning. For us, this cross-RBU event was a huge success.”
Around the same time, JJ-Pun organised its first product focused seminar on steam turbines in Yangon, Myanmar, in collaboration with the Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (UMFCCI) and Jebsen & Jessen Technology.
The morning seminar welcomed over 40 guests from relevant industries, including representatives from large local corporations and the Myanmar Engineering Society, to a lecture titled “Single and Multi-stage Turbines for Power Generation from NG and Siemens”.
“Thanks to an informative and engaging lecture delivered by Steve Ng and Kean Chien Lee from Jebsen & Jessen Technology Energy (formerly Heat & Power), the event proved to be an effective way in which we were able to introduce our turbine products, offering potential customers the basic background of the machinery and the possibilities this method of power generation can play in the role in Myanmar’s growing industrial and agricultural sector,” says Philipp Hoffmann, general manager JJ-Pun.
The lecture was followed by a Q & A session that clearly demonstrated an increased domestic interest in alternative power generation.
- By Georgij Oroschakoff, Cambodia, and Ivan Pun, Myanmar
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