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FosRich partners with leading global brands

Published:Friday | June 22, 2018 | 12:00 AM
Lester Guillermo Morales Ruiz (second left), digital factory control products, Siemens shows Governor General Sir Patrick Allen and Cecil Foster (right), CEO of FosRich, one of the products that will be on offer in Jamaica at FosRich. Also in the picture is Marco Mendoza (left), an engineer at Siemens.

FosRich Company Limited, a premier distributor of lighting, electrical and solar-energy products, has partnered with renowned international brand Nexans and Siemen, to bring to the Jamaican market innovative products for the building, construction and energy sectors.

During a recent Electrical Expo hosted by FosRich at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel, New Kingston, Cecil Foster, chief executive officer, said the company aims to differentiate itself from its competitors in the Jamaican marketplace by providing quality and cost-effective service and by collaborating with clients on technical solutions.

"We are partnering to bring great results to Jamaica. These partnerships are our way of saying yes we can. Our team members are excited and ready to satisfy the needs of our clients as we aim to revolutionise the market," Foster said.

 

A pioneering role

 

Siemens is a global powerhouse focusing on the areas of electrification, automation and digitalisation. One of the world's largest producers of energy-efficient, resource-saving technologies, Siemens is a leading supplier of systems for power generation and transmission, as well as medical diagnosis. In infrastructure and industry solutions, the company plays a pioneering role.

With their first initial introduction to the Jamaican market, Lester Guillermo Morales Ruiz, digital factory control products, Siemens, said the company is known for core activities in the fields of electrification, automation and digitalisation.

"We are happy to bring our cutting-edge technology to Jamaica. Our new generation of products offers a high level of engineering and innovation that persons have come to expect from the leader in power distribution technology," Ruiz said.

Meanwhile, according to Rose-Marie Vial, business developer, Central America and Caribbean countries, Nexans, a world leader in the cable industry, helps to meet the vital needs of access to energy and information, building infrastructure safety, and the movements of goods and people.

"We help our customers meet the challenges they face in the fields of energy resources, energy infrastructure, transport, buildings, telecommunications and data centres. We leverage our expertise and capacity for innovation to provide solutions for the most demanding environments," Vial said.

keisha.hill@gleanerjm.com