Saudi equipment rental services provider EJAR has placed an order for 50 compressors with Doosan Portable Power (DPP) in a deal worth around $2.3 million.
A statement from Doosan said the the order was finalised in Paris at Intermat last month and the Jeddah-based rental company purchased the portable comprerssors through TAMGO, the authorised dealer for Doosan compressors, lighting towers and construction tools in the Kingdom.
The order was for the Doosan 9/235HA portable compressor model, which provides 23.4 cubic metres per minute of compressed air at a rated operating pressure of 8.6 bar. The 9/235HA is ideal for the full range of compressed air applications from construction, rental, utilities and manufacturing to quarrying, water well drilling, sand blasting and the oil and gas industry, said Doosan.
Gaby Rhayem, regional director, Middle East and Africa for Doosan Bobcat EMEA, said: “The 9/235HA is a long-time staple of our industry and is the most popular compressor of its type in the Middle East and Africa. EJAR chose the 9/235HA for renewal of the company’s rental fleet, based on the outstanding performance and durability of our products over many years.”
The 9/235HA compressor has a Doosan airend and is powered by a fuel-efficient Cummins engine. According to DPP, its has been designed to ensure for high unit performance, durability and reliability in the tough environment of the Middle East.
The 50 new compressors will add to EJAR’s fleet of compressors, trucks, lift trucks, cranes and welding machines. The rental company, formed in 2015, offers short- and medium-term rental solutions for turnkey and everyday rental needs. According to Doosan, the services and back-up support will be provided by TAMGO, which specialises in power solutions, as well as industrial and construction equipment.