France-based Legrand is reportedly expanding its presence in Cambodia with the introduction to the local market of its single-phase uninterruptible power supply.
Legrand’s country manager Wandrille de Pierrefeu was quoted by Cambodia’s Khmer Times as saying the company will work with local distributor— Business Machines and Supplies Center (BMSC)— “to bring our single-phase UPS to Cambodia”.
Pierrefeu said: “Our products have been distributed in Cambodia for more than 20 years. The demand for Legrand products, electrical and digital alike, has increased in Cambodia over the last few years.”
BMSC, a locally-owned company that imports and distributes electronics and electrical devices, currently lists a number of Legrand’s products on its web site.
According to Khmer Times Cambodian projects that already use Legrand’s products include the international airports in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap, Calmette Hospital, a Coca-Cola bottling plant and shopping centres.
Legrand did not respond to Critical Power Online ’s request for details of its Cambodia plans.