Volvo Penta to discuss ease of maintenance of its gensets

Volvo-meeThe TAD1641GE is designed for easy, quick and economical installation. (Image source: Volvo Penta)Diesel engine manufacturer Volvo Penta is set to showcase its new range of gensets and provide information on the ease of serviceability of its machines at the Middle East Electricity (MEE) 2015

Giorgio Paris, president of emerging markets at Volvo Penta, said, “The Middle East is one of Volvo Penta’s most important areas for industrial engine sales. We see great potential in the Middle East – especially for gensets. It’s one of our top priorities.”

Paris added that MEE has become one of the most important exhibitions for power generation and therefore, is a critical event on Volvo Penta’s yearly calendar.

“With attendees coming from Asia, Africa and Europe, MEE provides a platform where Volvo Penta can connect with existing customers and meet new ones. Every year, Volvo Penta expands its presence at MEE, with this year’s stand set to include a service corner to demonstrate the company’s focus on aftermarket,” noted Paris.

The company will display its TAD1641GE engine that has run more than 38,000 hours during its lifetime. “It will also showcase D7 and D16 genset engine at the exhibition. Aftermarket staff will be present to explain Volvo Penta engines’ ease of serviceability and talk about how the service network can best assist them,” added Paris.

With 35 dealers and 13 importers, Volvo Penta has an extensive aftermarket network in the Middle East region, which it plans to expand.

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