Ebara Pumps Establishes New Branch in Kenya

03.08.2022
EBARA Pumps Europe S.p.A (EPE) established a branch in Kenya, EBARA Pumps East Africa (EPEA). EPEA started operations on 28th July and is responsible for sales of pumps and irrigation equipment in the East Africa region.

In a global market strategy of its mid-term business plan “E-Plan 2022”, Ebara aims to expand new markets as well as sales bases. By establishing EPEA, the company will increase the market coverage of Standard Pumps business in East Africa region. In order to supply society with ample food and water as well as safe and reliable social infrastructure, Ebara will support agricultural development providing solar irrigation system.

With a mission to deliver water to 600 million people on the globe, the EBARA Group will invest resources in areas where growth is to be expected. With these initiatives, Ebara will contribute to creating sustainability as described in its long-term vision “E-Vision 2030”. The EBARA Group aims to contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by addressing material issues identified in its long-term vision and executing the medium-term management plan to increase corporate value.

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