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Chicago Pneumatic makes first sale of CPSG gensets in Egypt

The CPSG range from Chicago Pneumatic ranges from nine to 750kVA and are available in 50Hz or 60Hz versions. (Image source: Chicago Pneumatic)

Chicago Pneumatic, mechanical and industrial engineering equipment manufacturer, is now selling its CPSG range of generators in Egypt through its authorised distributor, ARAK Heavy Equipment

ARAK received two separate orders of CPSG 525 generators and CPSG 65 generators from Egypt?s two leading government contractors, Nile for Roads and New Sharm Contracting, respectively. Nile for Roads is a civil contractor of infrastructure projects in Egypt and New Sharm Contracting provides power to the country?s Ministry of Justice.

The generators will be used to source power to support operations of the companies, from maintaining critical infrastructures like roads and government buildings in Egypt.

According to Chicago Pneumatic, the CPSG range of generators is built with a galvanised canopy and comes with a spillage free-frame and can contain all fluids inside the machine. In addition, the generator range also features an advanced control panel to enable users to control and operate it remotely.

?The CPSG range from Chicago Pneumatic compromises more than 15 models, ranging from nine to 750kVA and is available in 50Hz or 60Hz versions,? noted the company.

Mohammad Mamdoh, sales support supervisor at ARAK Heavy Equipment, explained, ?We closed these two deals because the products met the exact specifications of our customers. During the product demonstration, we highlighted the durability that defines Chicago Pneumatic?s products. Additionally, it helped that we can offer the on-demand aftersales support that our clients look for in a reliable supplier.?

Amjad Fallatah, regional product manager for Chicago Pneumatic Construction Equipment in the Middle East, lauded the role of ARAK Heavy Equipment for closing these deals in Egypt. Going forward, Chicago Pneumatic is looking to expand its footprint in the country and the region?s heavy industrial equipment market.