German company presents its capabilities to Turkmenistan
Turkmenistan, Ashgabat, Jan. 21 / Trend H. Hasanov /
German WOMA's presentation was held in Ashgabat and attended by representatives of the national fuel and energy complex, according to the Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources of Turkmenistan.
"The WOMA Company declared its readiness to cooperate and provide advice on issues on the usage of pumps and high pressure pumps and water jetting systems," the statement said.
The use of stationary, in-plant trolley, portable, and compact units equipped with diesel and electric motors was given particular attention during the presentation.
The company develops, manufactures and supplies plunger pumps, equipment for cleaning pipes (including pipe bends), heat exchange and refrigeration equipment, equipment for cleaning internal and external surfaces of reservoirs, autoclaves, tanks and other containers, equipment for surface preparation and coating removal, rust removal, cleaning and washing of facades, equipment for precision cutting of pipelines.
Founded in 1962 in the city of Duisburg, the company is recognized as a world leader in innovation.
WOMA undertakes operations in Australia, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, Spain, Belgium, Austria and America. In general, it has more than 50 offices over the world.
German companies such as RWE AG, Mannesman, Claas, MAN, Bosch, Bentek, Siemens, Unionmatex GmbH and others have proven themselves in Turkmenistan.
Thyssen Krupp, Airbus, Cifal, Knauf, Goetzpartners, Inhar, Textina, Bauer Comp Holding AG, Lemken GmbH, which have also expressed their interest in the Turkmen market may be added to this list.