Algeria Awards 3 Water, Energy Equipment Contracts to Maltese Firm

PB Group, an engineering and procurement firm based in Malta specialising in complex water and energy equipment, has been awarded three major contracts in Algeria. 

PB Group, through its subsidiaries, will supply a large number of specialised pumps and valves to major Algerian players in the water and energy sectors. In addition to the supplies, a complement of locally specialized services will be provided to foster future medium-term growth.

“Through these major contracts, our people and the network of suppliers, manufacturers and service providers we work with, will be offering an integrated supply-chain management service to the sector,” David Raphael Busuttil, PB Group CEO, said.

“We expect these contracts to further our position in Algeria where we have been present since 2014. It is an encouragement to all our personnel involved in developing this market and ensures our commitment to further invest in the Algerian market. It is also positive feedback on our development to cater towards the wider water and energy markets. PB’s focus on Africa and increased territorial diversification are key to PB’s growth.”

Buuttil highlighted how PB will handle all procurement, sourcing, logistical and financial aspects of its orders from production to the client’s premises. 

“These companies are demanding on the quality of the products and services being purchased and our competitive edge allowed us to give comfort to both our customers and key suppliers, delivering on all expectations.”

He added: “PB Group has a two-decade history of operating in the sectors of focus in Africa. Algeria’s water and energy sectors, so vital to its economy, are two segments where investment has been sustained, even throughout the pandemic. In fact, in view of the long lead times in Algeria, these are opportunities the group has been working on throughout the pandemic, with a dedicated team, operating on the ground and remotely.

“Algeria is an important market and after so many years, we are ideally positioned to predict that the demand for specialised equipment and services in the country’s water and energy sectors will continue to be strong with a healthy outlook of sustainable investment over the next few year.”

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