Bhojsons Unveils DAB solar water Pumps
Posted: 29/Oct/2018

As part of the activities to expand the market in Nigeria, Bhojsons Group has introduced its innovative DAB solar water pumps in the country.

The new product was showcased to dealers during a forum and training session. Speaking at the occasion held in Lagos, Warren McMurtry, Export Manager, DAB, Italy, explained that DAB pumps have advantages over other brands in terms of better price as a product from Grundfos – a leading water pumps manufacturer known for quality water pumps with seven production facilities across the world. The product covers commercial, domestic, industrial, and agricultural market for Asia, Europe, and Africa.

McMurtry said based on the current low response to the DAB brands in Nigeria, there is a need to expand the market through training and provide useful information to distributors for a better knowledge of the product capable of enhancing the ability to sell better and provide assistance to users whenever the need arises.

He stressed that while Bhojsons is bringing a number of innovative and unique products that are unavailable in any of other channels or produced by competitors into the Nigerian market, there is the need to add value to the services.

In his address, the Chairman, Bhojsons Group, Deepak Dalamal noted that “DAB water pumps come with very simple configuration, user-friendly, and effectiveness in service delivery. DAB is a self-priming centrifugal pump with excellent suction capacity even when there are air bubbles, particularly suitable for water supply in domestic installations, small scale agriculture, gardening, and wherever self- priming operation is necessary.

Concerning the influx of substandard DAB water pumps in the nation’s market, Deepak said Bhojsons is “working closely with the Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON), as well as different dealer associations across the country to tackle the menace, even to stop the unwholesome importations from the source in China.”

By Emmanuella Ibe, Comfort Agi and Theresa Osere
Guardian News