Friday’s press release by France based Legrand, states that it has signed a distribution agreements with a Cambodian company -Business Machines and Supplies Center – to supply Legrand’s Single-Phase Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) to the Cambodian market.
Legrand is the global specialist in electrical and digital building infrastructure. It is present in more than 90 countries and distributes in close to 180 countries worldwide. While BMSC is a locally owned company that imports and distributes business machines, IT products and service in Cambodia.
Legrand is offering the solutions for using in commercial, industrial, and residential markets throughout the world. It has been involved with the Cambodian market for many years providing various products to most major commercial, industrial and residential projects – the airports in Phnom Penh and in Siem Reap, Electricité Du Cambodge, Calmette Hospital, Coca Cola, Crown Brewerie, Nagaworld, Aeon Mall, embassies, condominiums, Borey developments, and many hotels.
Legrand’s country manager Wandrille de Pierrefeu, said that it is time to introduce the single-phase UPS to Cambodian market to help Cambodian customers protect their electronic, electrical or IT equipment against power interruption. “Working hand-in-hand on the distribution, BMSC and Legrand will support more efficiently and directly the market needs in Cambodia whilst deepening relationships with the resellers and system integrators.”
“Our products have been distributed in Cambodia for more than 20 years, and today we go one step further, with the help of our partner BMSC, to bring our single-phase UPS to Cambodia in order to provide a clean and reliable power to the equipment.” Mr Pierrefeu added.
He said that Legrand aims to ensure that their products are accessible and affordable to everyone, all with standard manufacturer warranty.
“Legrand has been traditionally well-regarded in Cambodia for the quality, safety and efficiency of its products, thus the demand for Legrand products, electrical and digital alike, has increased over the last few years,” said Mr Pierrefeu.