Skipper wins “Best Stall” Award at Future Energy Nigeria Exhibition 2017

Skipper participated in the Future Energy Exhibition at Eko Hotel, Lagos, Nigeria between November 07-08, 2017 as platinum sponsors. Skipper Stall was inaugurated by  HE Ibrahim Hassan Dankwambo, Governor of Gombe state. Many other dignitaries and Govt officials also visited the stall including HE Alhaji Mohammed Badaru Abubakar, Governor of Jigawa State, HE BN Reddy, the Indian High Commissioner. Hon. (Chief) Daniel Effiong Asuquo, Chairman, House Committee on Power, Senator Enyinnaya H. Abaribe, Chairman , Senate Committee on Power.

​Skipper displayed its medium voltage products like Distribution transformer, Metering Panel, Outdoor CT and PT Skipper showed its complete range of MV & EHV Products, EPC projects undertaken in Africa & Asia and Services through graphics.  It was an ideal platform, where distinctive gathering of stakeholders within the power value chain which includes governments, power generation companies, transmission and distribution companies, Investors, Equipment manufacturers and providers, technology providers, EPCs, legal and consulting firms.
Skipper’s MV Metering Panels have become a name to reckon with in industry because of its quality and excellent technical support provided by Skipper. We are continuously innovating and upgrading our products and solutions.

• Skipper’s medium voltage offerings like Metering panels, Distribution Transformers and Instrument Transformers were on show.
• The Skipper stall was appreciated for products offering and responsiveness towards its visitors.
• The stall won the best custom stall award at Gala Dinner which brought together  Nigeria’s most renowned power professionals.

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