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Al Hassan Group partners DCRP as Gold Sponsor for the 2nd Annual Forum for companies operating in the Electricity sector (14 Apr 2015)

Al Hassan Group recently participated as the Gold Sponsor of the 2nd Annual Forum for Distribution Code Review Panel organized for companies operating in the Electricity sector of Contractors and Suppliers.

This is the second year of the forum which was organized by DCRP as a platform to exchange ideas and opinions and highlighting the challenges that might face the companies while carrying out several projects. DCRP is the entity authorized by the electricity distribution companies and Electricity Regulation Authority to review the development of the distribution codes of the electrical system.

Commenting on the participation, Mr. Ali Maqbool Director, Al Hassan Manufacturing & Trading division said, "It was our first association with DCRP on this forum and we congratulate them for organizing a successful show where a lot of knowledge, challenges and best practices of the industry came to the fore. We received an encouraging response at the event and hope to continue our association in the future as well."

Al Hassan Group was represented by its 3 strategic SBU’s- Contracting, Manufacturing and Trading. Representatives from the different SBU's showcased the wide spectrum of products and services as well as integrated solutions for customer requirements. The contracting division is represented by Al Hassan Engineering Co, which is one of the leading EPC contractors of Oman present in all key sectors like oil & gas petro chemicals, power generation & distribution waster & water management, commercials projects & residential projects. The Trading division is involved in providing solutions & packages to the projects for various Lighting, Power Transmission & Distribution and Electro Mechanical requirements whereas Manufacturing division is the largest integrated manufacturer of a low voltage & medium voltage switchgear that caters to dynamic demands of the key sectors mentioned above.

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