As reported, MAPNA Group has participated in this exhibition to introduce its new achievements in the electricity sector and industries related to this field, as well as to expand joint cooperation with employers, businesses and customers, as well as to develop closer relations with the professionals and experts of this industry.
IEE 2023 kicked off at Tehran Permanent International Fairgrounds on Tuesday.
The four-day exhibition covers various areas including production, transmission, and distribution, as well as high, medium, and low-voltage electrical equipment.
Some 474 domestic firms along with 110 foreign exhibitors from different countries, including Italy, Czech Republic, Germany, China, South Korea, Croatia, Turkey, Spain, India, Slovenia, Poland, and Japan, are showcasing their latest products and services in this exhibition.
All kinds of electrical panels, lighting equipment, smart equipment, diesel generators and electric motors, batteries, and UPS; earthing and protection systems, transformers, wires and cables, industrial automation and precision instruments, and measuring equipment are being presented at IEE 2023.
According to a statement by the Ministry of Energy, the energy ministers of five countries, including Pakistan, Iraq, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Afghanistan, are also scheduled to visit this event.
Mapna Group is a group of Iranian companies involved in the development and execution of thermal and renewable power plants, oil and gas, railway transportation, and other industrial projects as well as manufacturing main equipment including gas and steam turbines, electrical generators, turbine blade and vane, HRSG and conventional boilers, electric and control systems, gas compressor, locomotive, and other pertinent equipment.
The company was founded in 1993 with the initial aim of becoming a general contractor for thermal power plants but evolved and diversified its business lines and capacities to other industries two decades after its establishment. The group is the first and leading West Asian-based general contractor of thermal power plants in the MENA region.
Source: Tehran Times