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Japanese water pump maker Ebara attracted visitors to MYANWATER'13

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Ebara, one of the leading manufacturers of pumps and related equipment, participated in MYANWATER'13, the biggest water related exhibition in Myanmar, held in Yangon from November 26 to 28, 2013.

Myanmar is currently experiencing a remarkably fast growing economy and an increase in demand for water related infrastructure.

Throughout the period of the exhibition, the Ebara booth attracted many visitors from Myanmar and South East Asia.

There were seminars held during the exhibition, and a lecturer from the Ebara Hatakeyama Memorial Fund gave titled, "Water Pump Technology - Inverter energy saving, high speed and high efficiency motor," which was based on the themes of pump principles as well as energy-savings and high-efficiency; Which are of high interest in Myanmar.

Ebara was able to convey its brand name and leave a positive impression on over 5,000 visitors at MYANWATER.

With its dramatic economic growth, there is a constant wave of construction of new commercial buildings and industrial parks in Myanmar.

Along with more commercial buildings being high-rise buildings, the needs for water related infrastructure are also increasing.

The wide range of high-efficiency, high-quality pumps offered by Ebara will be able to achieve a stable water supply in order to meet these needs.

The Ebara Group will continue to actively contribute to the development of Myanmar and other Southeast Asian countries through its provision of pumps, and other products and services.

The Ebara Group has a history of over 50 years since it started doing in Southeast Asia.

It is dedicated to continuing its efforts in contributing to the development of societies and industries in Myanmar and Southeast Asia by providing products and services for pumps, chillers, and cooling towers.

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First Published: Wed, December 11 2013. 13:25 IST
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