Trans Motor Enters Norwegian Market

Press Release
Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Trans Power Ltd. is for the first time exhibiting at Nor Shipping in Lillestrøm. Trans Power Ltd., is now ready to supply the Norwegian market. At Trans Motor Ltd. table C05-02 in Hall C attendees will be able to see Trans Motors Ltd. generators, motors, transformers and ventilation. A generator from MECC Alte will also be there, a market leader in generators in 2-4-6 pole 6.5 to 3000 kVA.

Trans Motor Ltd. is a stockists agent in Denmark, Norway, Greenland, Faroe Islands and Iceland, and for the DNV type approved MECC Alte Generators. Trans Motor Ltd. looks forward to meeting interested dealers at the fair. 

Source: Nor Shipping

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