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Simba Den opens sixth branch in Nigeria


Manish Rohtagi is the Business Head for Simba Group of Companies. Simba Industries launched KStar UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply)

To provide Nigerians with quality inverters, the management of Simba Den has opened a befitting branch in Lekki. 

General Manager, Simba Group Mr. Sohan Sharima, noted that the Lekki Branch was the sixth in Nigeria and the second in Lagos.  

He noted that the inverters include Luminous, Genus, Kstar, which he described as being synonymous to happiness.

“They provide uninterrupted power supply without air or noise pollution. When power goes off, luminous inverter kicks in automatically without the hassle of change over. Inverters can save you money because they do not require diesel and have very low maintenance requirements,” he said.

He said the firm also has after sales service and 24 hour call centres, adding added that the products are all affordable.

Coordinator, Surveillance Intelligence and Monitoring Unit, Standards Organization of Nigeria (SON), Suleiman Isa Suleiman, noted that all products from Simba Den are of high qualities that comply with all requirements, including quality assurance.

“Their products have been registered and have undergone all the procedures for imports, he said, “Users of inverter should know how to use them because if we don’t use them the right way, some issues could arise. We have told the management that there has to be good after-sales service and enlightenment for buyers on use of the manual.”

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