This permanent presence in the UAE has been made possible with the recruitment of Jun Chrysler L. Perote.
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With support from the UK headquarters in Aberdeen, Mr Perote, 31, has overall responsibility for day-to-day operations, providing back-up battery and UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) support to Al Yaseah, covering the UAE and the wider Middle East region.
Jun’s education includes a Bachelor’s Degree in Electronic Engineering from the Polytechnic University of The Philippines, and a post-graduate Diploma in Power Electronics from Mapua Institute of Technology in Manila.
He has more than a decade of experience working in the power industry, covering all aspects from hands-on fault-finding to project management and business development.
John Roy, UPS Director:
“Jun’s CV stood out immediately, it spoke for itself. He has the perfect skill-set to work independently and grow Norco’s presence in the Middle East. We’re delighted to welcome him to the team.”
Finbar Kelly, Commercial & Contracts Manager:
“There’s been a lot of behind-the-scenes work involved with starting the UAE arm of Norco Group, and it’s great to see it come together with Jun’s appointment. Through our strategic partner Al Yaseah, we’re excited to offer our services to new potential clients now the Abu Dhabi office is open for business.”
Norco Group are specialists in battery-backed AC and DC UPS systems.
An independently owned and managed group of companies, Norco has over 30 years of onshore, offshore and overseas operations. The Aberdeen office can be reached on +44 1224 729221, with the Abu Dhabi office available on +971 2 4493841.
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