Talks at CG Electric Systems Hungary Zrt.
On 20 April 2018, Alexander Znamensky, International Business Development Manager of Izolyator visit CG Electric Systems Hungary Zrt. Plant in Szolnok, Hungary.
CG Electric Systems Hungary (formerly Ganz — manufacturer of the world's first transformer in 1885) is a high technology company with a strong reputation for global engineering capabilities in the area of power transformers, GIS switchgear and rotating machines, turnkey projects and solutions for HV Substations and Power Engineering. The Company has over 800 employees and operations in three locations in Hungary: Budapest (headquarters), Tapioszele and Szolnok.
At CG Electric Systems Hungary Zrt., the guest was received by Balazs Buczko, Head of Procurement Dpt and Balazs Sztari, Head of Quality and Testing.
Alexander Znamensky made a presentation about Izolyator and its products — high-voltage bushings with RIP insulation, emphasizing their technical and operational advantages.
Our colleague also presented Izolyator’s successful track record of export promotion, such as product deliveries to European power companies and industrial consumers.
The participants of the talks marked that Izolyator’s interest in presence expansion, on the one side, and CG’s orientation to innovative technical solutions, on the other side, create a real foundation for strengthening and active development of a mutually beneficial cooperation of the two companies.
The sides discussed prospects of delivery of Izolyator high-voltage bushings to CG Electric Systems Hungary Zrt. plant, future plans of joint activities and various aspects of practical coordination.
The sides expressed their satisfaction with the results of the talks and a firm intention to continue cooperation in practice.
Talks at CG Electric Systems Hungary Zrt., L-R: Head of Quality and Testing at CG Electric Systems Hungary Zrt., Balasz Sztari, Alexander Znamensky and Head of Procurement Dpt Balazs Buczko
We appreciate CG Electric Systems Hungary Zrt. for their invitation and openness to cooperation!