Tesar at Middle East Energy in Dubai

Subbiano Arezzo, Italy, March 2022 – After two years of worldwide pandemic restrictions, finally, the huge trade show took place this month. The Middle East Energy exhibition is considered the most reputable and comprehensive energy event in the MENA region and this year, MEE confirmed its position. The fair took place from 7th up to 9th of March in Dubai World Trade Center in the United Arab Emirates. According to the organizers, the event had representation from 131 countries.

The R&S Group was represented by Tesar which has been building its position as a reliable transformer supplier in the region for decades and regular attendees at MEE. For the Tesar team, it was 3 days full of meetings with people coming from all over the world and, what is maybe even more important, a chance for face-to-face conversations.

“It has been a pleasure not only to meet our partners again, clients that we have cooperated during our 30 years of presence in the region after 2 years, but also to have the possibility to create new business channels through new markets.” – Luigi Corsico, Sales Director at Tesar

The Tesar’s stand was one of the “centers of gravity” of the exhibition which corresponds to the company’s leading position in the MEE region in the field of cast resin transformers.

The next edition of MEE is planned on 6 – 8 March 2023.

About Middle East Energy
Formerly known as Middle East Electricity, the newly-evolved Middle East Energy is an exhibition that takes place in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. The trade show is an international event for the power industry, covering the generation, transmission, and distribution of electricity, and storage & management of energy, and the lighting industry.

About Tesar
Tesar is part of the Swiss-based R&S Group, a leading provider of electrical infrastructure products in key markets around the globe. With manufacturing facilities and offices in Europe, the Middle East, and South America, R&S is a major supplier of transformers and switches for customers in the utility, industry, and infrastructure sectors.