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JMG appointed as official distributor in Nigeria for elevators

LAGOS (Sundiata Post) – JMG has been appointed by Thyssenkrupp elevator as their official distributor in Nigeria for their elevators and escalators products. This partnership will enable Thyssenkrupp to expand their market shares in the largest African economy and see JMG deliver new mobility solutions and technology for Nigeria’s growing Infrastructure and high-rise construction.

Rabi Jammal, JMG Group General Manager, commented: “Over the past few years, there has been numerous high-rise developments which highlight Nigeria’s desire for better quality infrastructure. As Mega cities like Lagos continue to grow, there is a need for world-class products that can enhance the country’s development. Our aim is to become a leader in energy efficient solutions, which will add value to the construction segment. In line with our strategy, we are pleased to partner with Thyssenkrupp which is a global leader in the elevator and escalator industry.”

Paulo Amaral, Thyssenkrupp Elevator head of Central Africa Countries added: “Appointing JMG as the official distributor for Nigeria enables us to deliver our products and services with the same quality and safety standards we have around the world. I’m confident this partnership will bring new energy efficient solutions to Nigeria’s mobility, without sacrificing performance, design, safety or comfort. I am sure that our latest innovations such as the TWIN elevators or ACCEL moving walkway will be welcomed as a new transport opportunity by the local real-estate developers”.

JMG’s experience with internationally renowned brands enables them to welcome Thyssenkrupp Elevator and participate in the dynamic changes of a rapidly developing Nigeria. JMG sees itself as a positive contributor in the country by providing the engineering, equipment and support backed by multinational partners.

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