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Schneider Electric and Amtec Techniquip extend partnership beyond SADC

Schneider Electric and Amtec Techniquip have extended their collaboration beyond the SADC region’s borders to include Nigeria

Motor Starter Motors 1Schneider Electric and Amtec Techniquip will provide tertiary institutions in Nigeria. (Image source: Schneider Electric)

Funded by the Schneider Electric Foundation, the partnership has, since its inception, accelerated access to education through the provision of training equipment to tertiary institutions such as didactic benches that bridge the gap between theory and practice, forming a critical part of vocational training.

Roger Forte, sales director at Amtec Techniquip, commented, “We are thrilled to now include Nigeria as part of our collaboration with Schneider Electric. The last three years have been rewarding and undoubtedly complimented our company’s passion for providing quality engineering education equipment.”

DL Steyl, project manager – access to education, sustainable development & academy at Schneider Electric, added, “There is dire need for high-quality electrical and engineering training education equipment in Nigeria. Through our partnership with Amtec Techniquip, we hope to emulate the success of our counterparts in southern Africa and provide students with equipment that will support and accelerate their studies as electricians and engineers.”

Schneider Electric’s collaboration with Amtec Techniquip underscores the company’s ongoing commitment to providing high-standard equipment to institutions across Anglophone Africa.

“Amtec Techniquip offer entrenched experience in the electrical educational training space and has been a valuable partner over the last three years. The equipment is professional and meet the highest standards set by Schneider Electric,” concluded Steyl.

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