CTE expands in the Middle East

By Euan Youdale08 March 2023

CTE - Hydroequip From left: Mr Narasimhan, Hydroequip; Marco Govoni, CTE sales and marketing director; and Mr Sirajuddin, Hydroequip. (Photo: CTE)

CTE is expanding its sales and service footprint in the Middle East following a new collaboration with Hydroequip.

Based in Dubai, Hydroequip LLC was established recently, with its two founders Mr Sirajuddin and Mr Narasimhan offering longstanding experience in lifting and industrial applications.

The company will represent CTE’s Zed and B-Lift truck mounted products in the UAE.

Marco Govoni, sales and marketing director of CTE, said, the arrangement between the two companies had already been profitable since its start a few months ago.

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Managing partner of Hydroequip LLC, Mr Sirajuddin, added, “We are thrilled to be working with CTE Aerial Platforms and are eager to offer their goods and services to our consumers in the UAE. We are confident that this agreement will enable us to provide our customers in the UAE with the best solutions possible.”

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