Fidest – Agenzia giornalistica/press agency

Quotidiano di informazione – Anno 33 n° 338

MHPS Opens Branch Office in Dhaka, Bangladesh

Posted by fidest press agency su venerdì, 8 marzo 2019

Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, Ltd. (MHPS) today opened a branch office in Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh. Establishment of the new base will enhance service capabilities for the country’s thermal power generation systems and attract expanded orders as Bangladesh undergoes robust economic growth. The branch office will progressively strengthen its sales capabilities for the coming projects, especially those centered on thermal power facilities, planned by both the Bangladeshi government and the private sector. It will also steadily fortify its capacity to disseminate pertinent information to local customers. The new branch office, located in central Dhaka, was opened to function as a sales unit of Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd. (MHPS-AP), a wholly owned MHPS subsidiary based in Singapore. To celebrate its opening, a ceremony was held on March 4th, and attended by numerous distinguished guests. These included: Bangladesh government officials headed by Nasrul Hamid, the Honorable State Minister of the Ministry of Power, Energy & Mineral Resources; and local Japanese representation by Ambassador Hiroyasu Izumi. Representatives in attendance on behalf of MHPS were led by MHPS-AP Chairman, Ken Kawai.
Today, Bangladesh is achieving a solid average annual economic growth of 6%, and with a population of approximately 160 million, and a young and abundant labor force, the nation is striving to join the ranks of middle-income countries by realizing sustainable economic growth through industrial development. With this aim, Bangladesh is pressed to improve its social infrastructure: transportation systems, power and other energy structures, etc. In response, the Bangladeshi government has issued plans to increase the nation’s power generation capacity from the current 17,000 megawatts (MW) to roughly 24,000 MW by 2021, and to 40,000 MW by 2030. To fuel such expansion, the country has begun importing LNG (liquefied natural gas) , and both the government and private sector are undertaking increased numbers of large-scale thermal power plant construction projects.MHPS has steadily contributed to Bangladesh’s development since delivering its first steam turbine in 1960. In 1987, the company provided the country’s first gas turbine, for the Old Haripur gas turbine power plant. Since then, MHPS has accumulated the supply records for a total of nine gas turbines, five being the M701F, giving the company the highest market share in Bangladesh of that output range. MHPS also provides after-sales services, primarily based on Long Term Service Agreements (LTSA), thereby contributing to Bangladesh’s economic development.Through the newly established branch office in Dhaka, MHPS will be able to provide highly efficient, environmentally friendly thermal power generation systems that respond fully to Bangladesh’s robust power demand, as its way of contributing to the indispensable stable supply of power to drive the country’s future economic growth and industrial development.

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