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Westside showcase OBO-BETTERMANN at Infrastructure 2009

Westside supplies Limited, Nigeria ’s sole agent of OBO-Bettermann has reaffirmed its readiness in providing innovative, user-friendly and practical solutions of the highest quality for all areas of electrical installation which will further enhance the infrastructural efforts of the government of the federal republic of Nigeria .

Speaking at the Nigerian Infrastructure 2009 conference and exhibition in Abuja , Mr Frank Aja-Ukpabi, chief executive officer of Westside Supplies Nigeria limited expressed delight at the success of the conference and exhibition which serves to unite key decision makers, contractors and service providers with great opportunities for business development.

“We are delighted to be a part of West Africa’s largest power, construction and infrastructure event taking place in Nigeria . The responsibility of infrastructural development requires the full commitment of government, as well as corporate organizations.

To this end, we will ensure that Nigerians get a regular supply of quality products which will ensure that government, industries and the public gets value for their expenditure as well as enhance the growth of small and medium scale businesses in the country ”, he said.

Westside Supplies Nigeria Limited is a wholly Nigerian-owned company that is bridging the gap between a German manufacturer and the end users of their products and services in Nigeria thereby eliminating parasitic middlemen.

OBO-BETTERMANN, manufactures over 30,000 different electrical and data products for industrial, residential, infrastructure and projects covering mesh cable trays and other cable management systems, Data surge protectors and other Transient Voltage and lightning protection systems, plastic and metal cable routing and other cable routing systems, conduit pipes, junction boxes and other connection and fastening systems, raised and underflour systems, fire protection systems and switch systems.


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