Legrand, a French manufacturer of electrical equipment, entered into an agreement on Friday with local company BMSC to distribute uninterruptible power supply (UPS) devices in the Cambodian market.
Legrand is a global specialist in electrical equipment like switches, sockets, circuit breakers and distribution boards. It is present in more than 90 countries and its products are sold in more than 180 nations.
Business Machines and Supplies Center (BMSC) is a locally-owned company that imports and distributes electronics and electrical devices.
Speaking during the signing ceremony, Legrand’s country manager Wandrille de Pierrefeu said they are joining forces with BMSC to introduce and distribute their single-phase UPS in the Cambodian market, and help customers protect their electronic, electrical and IT equipment against power outages.
“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 clean and reliable power,” Mr de Pierrefeu said.
Local projects that utilise Legrand’s products include the international airports in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap, Calmette Hospital, the new Coca-Cola bottling plant, NagaWorld and Aeon Mall, among many others, Mr de Pierrefeu said.
“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,” he said.
Ann Dyna, the CEO of BMSC, said they are proud to be Legrand’s exclusive distributor in the kingdom.
“We will ensure our services and products are of the highest standards to honour this partnership,” Mr Dyna said.