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Jubaili Bros technical seminar on 21 October saw a high turnout of businessmen, consultants, suppliers and end users from as far away as Kenya, Ethiopia and Nigeria, at One & Only Royal Mirage - Dubai
Over eighty people attended the seminar, which had a range of technical information about generator sets and its components. Key presenters represented Perkins Engines, UK; Leroy-Somer Alternators, France and Deep Sea Electronics, UK.
Jad Jubaili, business development manager, spoke about the evolution of Jubaili Bros as one of the leading suppliers in the region.
Gary Jones, general sales manager, Perkins Engines Co. Ltd. UK, discussed the new 4000 series engines, which are used for the larger generator sets ranging from 725 kVA and above.
This was followed by a presentation by Neil Williams, technical sales support manager, Perkins Engines Co. Ltd. UK, on the engines.
Nawar Shubber, regional sales manager Middle East, and Emile Mouni, electronics projects manager from Leroy-Somer/Emerson Industrial Automation, spoke about general as well as technical aspects of the Leroy-Somer alternators.
Deep Sea Electronics was represented by Zein Elzein, business development manager, who explained Deep Sea control modules.
Jubaili Bros serves customers throughout the Middle East, Africa and Asia; with over 1500 international employees, deployed in 24 branches located in Lebanon, the UAE, Nigeria, Afghanistan, Kuwait, Ghana, Qatar and Uganda and through an extensive dealer network.