Westinghouse holds seminar to formally announce entry in Pakistan

Westinghouse, a historic American brand, globally renowned for its innovative technologies organized a grand seminar at a private hotel in, Karachi. The event brought together top consultants, panel manufacturers and industry experts from the engineering fraternity. 

The seminar was about Westinghouse’s formal launch and expansion in Pakistan. Though Westinghouse had been operating in Pakistan through its panel partner, but formally entered last year with opening its liaison office in Karachi. The event covered insightful presentations on the Westinghouse’s background, its remarkable journey throughout history, its global presence, and a short product presentation of Westignhouse’s Medium Voltage and Low Voltage products including Dry Type Transformers, Vacuum Circuit breakers, LV switchgear components and type test switchgear assemblies.

“We mark our journey of so far, as not just the beginning of a new business venture, but also the start of a lasting relationship with the country and its people. Westinghouse wishes to contribute to the growth and development of this country by transferring its innovative technologies and forge strong partnerships that will mutually benefit the local community as well as Westinghouse” said Mr. Muhammad Shoaib Khan, Managing Director, Westinghouse LV MV Product, while addressing the audience.

Westinghouse, in just a very short span has established a very reasonable footprint in Pakistan, especially in textile, commercial and health and medical sectors. Mr. Ahmed Rehan Lutfi, Country Manager, Pakistan while speaking at the occasion said “Westinghouse’s journey into this new market has been characterized by meticulous planning, extensive research, and a genuine commitment to understanding the unique needs and aspirations of our customers. We express our deepest appreciation for the trust of our esteemed clients, customers and business partners. It is your belief in our products and services that keep us encouraged to further expand our operations into this new territory”