In recent months, a public European tender for the service and maintenance of Dutch fresh water company Oasen 250 frequency inverters has been completed. In this tender, the emphasis has been on quality in addition to price. For example, it is important for Oasen that the contractual partner can be quickly at Oasen’s locations in case of emergency. In this case less than 2 hours. In addition, the extent and the way in which the contractual partner can provide for the maintenance of Oasen’s frequency inverters is of course also important.
After the assessment, it turned out that the company CG Drives & Automation (Emotron) proved to be the most suitable in this respect. Last Friday was the festive moment to cut the delicious cake and sign the agreement between Oasen (Walter van der Meer) and CG Drives & Automation (Anton Troost). The agreement is valid for a period of 4 years and can be extended up to 6 years.
Dutch fresh water company Oasen makes drinking water for 800,000 people and 7,200 companies in 21 municipalities in the west of the Netherlands. Oasen supplies around 48 billion litres of drinking water to their customers every year. For this, they use seven treatment plants, eight pumping stations and a water tower. CG Drives and Automation (Emotron) is a global supplier of frequency drives and has a strong market share in the Dutch Water and Wastewater market.
Water Alliance member CG Drives and Automation (Emotron) is a global supplier of frequency drives and has a strong market share in the Dutch Water and Wastewater market.
Source: CG Drives & Automation