Electro Metal Pressings (Pvt) Ltd (EMP) signed an export agreement with Fenaka Corporation, the Government-owned utility service provider of the Maldives to supply Fenaka synchronizing panels and Medium Voltage (MV) feeding panels, conforming to accepted international standards.
EMP is strengthening its stand in the industry through heavy investment in advanced technologies by partnering with leading global brands and suppliers such as Schneider, Rockwell Automation, Allen Bradley, LSIS, and Legrand.
Today, with a fully equipped ultra-modern factory premises at Templeburg Industrial Estate, Panagoda, EMP is moving outside Sri Lanka to mark a bigger regional footprint, with two country offices in operation in the Maldives and Bangladesh, a company press release said.
Market Development Manager at EMP, Shiral de Silva said, “The key differentiator is our service oriented approach in all projects, no matter where our client is located. In a country such as the Maldives where geography and logistics are the biggest challenges, our integrated solutions and proven timely, expert services ensured the client that we are the best choice for this project. We look forward to meeting and exceeding their expectations.”
Founder and Chairman Chandranandana Diyunuge said, “Our focus has always been to offer customers the very latest and best in products and technology, which also gave us the status of trailblazers in the local industry.”
“As we expand our product and service offerings, our brand value as a company has rapidly increased not only in Sri Lanka but across the region enabling us to service a growing portfolio of foreign clients such as Fenaka Corporation,” he said.