The event was attended by 20 people including Steamer managers and heads of distribution companies in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, as well as representatives of the largest oil and energy companies in the region. The Middle East countries are the world's largest players in the modern energy market with strong interests in protecting their own distribution networks irrespective of their location and functional purpose. Reducing the cost for maintenance and repair of expensive transformer equipment being an integral part of any size distribution network, is a priority challenge for oil and energy companies.

    The region is already familiar with TRANSEC products: In late March last year, Streamer started to cooperate with Saudi Aramco. The TRANSEC pilot units showed successful test operations at the Saudi Aramco Abqaiq oilfield substationin Saudi Arabia.

    The main objective of the meeting with distributors and potential partners within MEE-2019 for Streamer was to develop ways to implement the TRANSEC brand promotion strategy in Saudi Arabia and the UAE. "We had to understand the market, its capacity, specific features, possible amount of demand, to get to know the potential customers and know more about their needs and problems. We were able to do it in full", Sergey Kalakin, Managing Director of Transformer Business, said.

    By his words, the meeting was very successful, and the first results are expected in May 2019.

    Middle East Electricity-2019 is the largest Middle East thematic exhibition which addresses all issues in developing modern energy and the energy industry. MEE is traditionally held in Dubai in the first decade of March. This year the event was held on March 5-7 and was joined with the Global Smart Energy Summit-2019.

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