- Schneider Electric, has expressed its willingness to partner with relevant authorities for the realisation of the country’s power sector reforms.
- The global specialist in energy management, also promised to liaise with key stakeholders to ensure that the country’s full power potential is achieved for the overall benefit of Nigerians.
- Speaking at the special recognition and award event for employees, the country president, Schneider Electric Nigeria, Mr Walid Sheta, stated that the company will forever be indebted to their staff who worked tirelessly, ensuring that the company’s objectives were met and surpassed.
- As part of its focus for 2015 and beyond, Schneider Electric has concluded plans to address emerging markets in Nigeria where the middle class is experiencing exponential growth rat
“With over 170 million inhabitants and 10 cities among the 30 biggest cities in Africa, there is a growing need to address the building and construction gaps. The key word for Schneider Electric is geographical coverage, being available to serve not only big infrastructure projects but also the small and medium scale building sector. We are going to address these diffused markets,” Sheta revealed.