Streamer is strengthening its position in the Southeast Asian market.
Streamer took part in the annual Asian week of intellectual technologies in the energy sector of the Asian Utility Week 2018. The main event in the power industry of Southeast Asia was held in Bangkok from 27-28 June.
The Asian Utility Week in Thailand’s capital this year has brought together representatives of state structures and the largest private energy companies from all countries of the region: Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, Indonesia. They are actively working together to create a nationwide intellectual energy system of the 21st century that would guarantee safe and efficient energy supply to Asian consumers.
Streamer products are well known in the Asia-Pacific region: multi-chamber LLPDs are used on high-voltage transmission lines in China, Malaysia, Vietnam, Philippines. The company has representative offices and a number of distributors in the countries of South-East Asia.
This year, Streamer presented to the Asian market a new lightning protection technology using multi-chamber LLPDs for power lines over 69 kV and fault indicators under Lodestar brand (designed by A-TREE Research & Development Company Ltd.). Streamer specialists also presented the products of TRANSEC - high-tech equipment for continuous drying of paper insulations of the oil-filled transformers and a system for monitoring the condition of power transformers.
"One of the main objectives of the Company at the Asian Utility Week 2018 was to negotiate with potential partners and distributors in the countries of Southeast Asia, which has been very successful. For two days in Bangkok, we have established many promising contacts, which in the future will turn into fruitful cooperation”, Elena Kudinova, Streamer marketing manager, shares her impressions of the work at the exhibition.
As an output of the Streamer’s delegation work at the Asian Utility Week this year, a strategic decision was made to participate in the events of the 2019 Asian High Technology Week in Energy. It has already been known that the 2019 Asian Utility Week will be held in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia).