Al Bidda opens new switchgear factory in Qatar
Conglomerate inaugurates facility for total electrical switchgear manufacturing.
Al Bidda Switchgear has inaugurated its new “world-class” factory in Qatar for total electrical switchgear manufacturing.
The 14,000 m² manufacturing plant is fully equipped with state-of-the-art technology that includes 7-stage automatic powder coating system; fully-automated CO2 laser cutter; fully-automated turret punch; automated CNC press brakes; CNC copper cutting, punching and bending systems; as well as testing, verification, service and repair equipment.
Al Bidda Switchgear has partnered with MP&E Services Australia, NATUS GmbH Germany, Terasaki Electric Co. Japan and Ryowo Hong Kong in bringing a combined 250 years of Management Technical Collaboration, complete manufacture of their world-class products and services to Qatar.
“With a Management team that boasts over 40 years of experience in switchgear, fabrication engineering and manufacturing, we are confident of delivering the highest standards of product and service excellence across the market and are extremely optimistic of our market leadership in this field,” said Sheikh Suhaim Bin Abdul Aziz Bin Suhaim Al Thani, chairman of diversified parent conglomerate, the Al Bidda Group.
The high – and low-voltage products that the new facility will be manufacturing include HV and MV Switchboards, LV Main Distribution Boards, LV Motor Control Centres, LV Sub-Distribution Boards, Motor Starters, and Feeder and Distribution Pillars. Additionally, Al Bidda Switchgear will also provide after-sales service & support as well as maintenance services.
The sheet steel fabrication facility will provide IT and Communications cabinets, shelters and custom designs, parts and structures, general enclosure manufacture, and mild steel, aluminium and stainless steel products and parts.
Meanwhile, the powder coating facilities will provide services to parts & components manufacturers, steel products manufacturers, Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM), architectural and construction sector, and the oil & gas sector.