Signed MOU with SINO-AMIGO CORPORATION,China

MOU has been signed between TSN Energy and Sino Amigo Corporation,China on 24th August 2015.

24 August, 2015, Kathmandu

 

TSN energy Pvt Ltd, Subsidiary of TSN Business Group, Nepal and Sino-Amigo Corporation, China has reached the Memorandum of Understudying (MOU) to implement the business operations in Nepal. On behalf of TSN Business Group , Ms. Riya Thapaliya- Corporate communications and Mr. Pan -Vice President of Sino-Amigo corporation, have signed on MOU dated on the 24 August 2015.

 

TSN Energy Pvt Ltd, having the business interest in Energy & Power, Petrochemicals & Industrial Technology Transfer operating since 2010 in Nepal and Sino-Amigo Corporation, China  having the global business reach almost all continent  as the manufacturer  and exporter of switchgear panels, circuit breakers, power transformers, power distribution systems, conductors & ring main unit manual .  TSN will be representing as the official business partner for Nepal in order to develop/improve  its supply base for power and electricity products, power distribution systems, switchgear panels, circuit breakers, power transformers.

The MOU will be valid for next 3 consecutive years with the possibility of extension.

“We are fully hopeful that China’s technology to Nepal in field of power distribution will improve the quality of energy supply –chain which Nepal has been facing the energy shortfall since long.There should be new power projects developed in great sense to mitigate this current demand, Sino- Amigo solution will be best option for  the growth of excellence in business venture too.” Says Riya Thapaliya, Corporate Communication Officer of TSN Business Group. At the same time, The Vice-president  Mr. Pan added that “Our company will be fully devoted to maintain the global standard  of power solution , service and quality will be  no   compromise at all. We will be more than happy to be a part to its  solution  through the effective distribution of power  supply in Nepal as the emerging market.”