Offering the complete range of Sterling DG sets from 10 kva up to 3000 kva
October 19, 2015. By Moulin
Sterling Generators has announced its plans to expand its Sales Network across India now in Tamil Nadu. Currently Sterling Generators has more than 6 dealers across Tamil Nadu and plans to spread out to more cities increasing its dealer network to 15 by 2016. Looking at the increasing demand of DG Sets in the tier 2 and 3 cities, Sterling Generators has embarked on building a strong dealership network offering the complete range of Sterling DG sets from 10 kva up to 3000 kva in these cities.
Sterling Generators is known to provide its customers with the most Fuel Efficient and Emission optimized CPCB II compliant DG sets that comply with the latest Environmental norms that meet International Emission Standards. Their Premium Design and Specifications provide an Economic solution that is reliable and durable. With a spread of factory trained Service engineers, Sterling Generators aims to provide best in class After Sales Service to its customer throughout the country through its well established Dealer Network.
Commenting on the expansion strategy being implemented by Sterling Generators in Tamil Nadu, Mr. Sanjay Jadhav, President, Sterling and Wilson Powergen Pvt Ltd. said, “We are committed to offering the best Diesel generators to our Customers. We already have a strong presence across the country but are looking to strengthen our reach in Tamil Nadu. We look forward to establishing a robust dealer network to reach out to discerning customers with our extensive range of diesel generators and services while continuing to serve our existing client base. We are confident that our project execution capabilities coupled with our quality and fuel efficient gensets will help us provide customers with a one stop solution to all their back-up power needs.”
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