Eaton extends distribution network with Myanma Power Spectrum

Eaton, a multinational power management company, will work with Myanma Power Spectrum Co. Ltd. (MPS), a leading trading and engineering company to extend its distribution network in the country.
MPS was appointed as an authorized distributor for its Circuit Protection and Control (CPC) products in Myanmar. It includes Eaton’s range of circuit breakers, distribution boards, switches, motor starters and variable frequency drives to help meet the power needs of Myanmar’s growing economy.
“Electricity demand in Myanmar has been rising rapidly, reinforcing the need for reliable and efficient power management solutions. Regardless of ongoing uncertainties brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, access to a safe and stable electricity supply remains a top priority, especially as organizations and businesses pursue digitalization while prioritizing safe power usage and compliance in their daily operations,” said Gary Ang, Country Manager for Indochina, Eaton.
“With MPS local expertise and customer knowledge, we’re confident that this partnership will strengthen our capabilities to support the country’s growing power needs, particularly in the industrial, construction, data centre and banking sectors,” he added.
Kyaw Htoo Hlaing, Manager for Business Unit-1, Private Sector, MPS noted that at MPS, we endeavour to supply a diverse portfolio of reliable, quality products to support our customers’ power needs. Eaton has a long-established and proven track record of performance, efficiency and support. We’re excited to be their partner to help more organizations in Myanmar, both public and private, optimize their electrical supply and distribution systems.
Eaton’s appointment of MPS in Myanmar is the latest in a series of partnership agreements in Southeast Asia. With a growing network of trusted partners across the region, Eaton is better placed to support the fast-growing economy as businesses race to embrace digital opportunities. With over 100 years of experience as a global multinational manufacturer and an established presence in the Asia Pacific since the 1970s, Eaton has carved a reputation for itself as a leader in power management solutions.
Eaton’s 2019 revenues were $21.4 billion, and they sell products to customers in more than 175 countries, with approximately 93,000 employees. (Translated by Ei Myat Mon)

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