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Tamgo and Doosan sign the $2.42-million order.

Tamgo and Doosan sign the $2.42-million order.

Doosan wins $2.4m compressor order

May 2018

Doosan Portable Power (DPP) has won an order worth €2 million ($2.42 million) for portable compressors in Saudi Arabia.

The compressors have been purchased by Jeddah-based rental business EJAR through Tamgo, the authorised dealer for Doosan compressors, lighting towers and construction tools in Saudi Arabia. The deal was signed at Intermat 2018, a construction and infrastructure exhibition held last month in Paris, France.

The order is for 50 Doosan 9/235HA portable compressors each providing 23.4 cu m per minute of compressed air at a rated operating pressure of 8.6 bar.

“The 9/235HA is ideal for the full range of compressed air applications from construction, rental, utilities and manufacturing to quarrying, water well drilling, sand blasting and the oil and gas industry,“ said Gaby Rhayem, regional director Middle East and Africa for Doosan Bobcat EMEA.

With a well-proven Doosan airend and powered by a fuel efficient Cummins engine, the 9/235HA compressor has been designed to ensure the unit‘s performance, durability and reliability in the tough local environment.

“The 9/235HA is a long-time staple of our industry and is the most popular compressor of its type in the Middle East and Africa. EJAR chose the 9/235HA for renewal of the company’s rental fleet, based on the outstanding performance and durability of our products over many years,” said Rhayem.

Ejar was set up in 2015 to provide customers with short- and medium-term rental solutions. It offers a wide range of products including compressors, trucks, lift trucks, cranes and welding machines.




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