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Firms Collaborate to Access the Market for automation products

Development TAG Energy Group, an integrated oil and gas service provider in Nigeria, has committed to making products accessible to serve the Nigerian market in collaboration with Bosch Rexroth Africa Development.

According to the agreement, Bosch Rexroth Africa Development will distribute TAG Energy’s goods and services, giving the Nigerian market access to dependable hydraulic, pneumatic, and automation solutions.

Chief Executive Officer, TAG Energy Group, Yemi Gbadamosi, who was excited by the collaboration, said it would ease their customers in reaching out to the products.

“This partnership reflects our commitment to providing our customers with the best-in-class solutions to meet their needs. Together, we will be able to offer a comprehensive range of solutions that will help them increase efficiency and productivity while reducing costs and we look forward to working closely with Bosch Rexroth Africa Development to serve the Nigerian market.”

Chief Operating Officer, Bosch Rexroth Africa Development, Mike Harrison, said: “TAG Energy will provide customers with the full scope of Bosch Rexroth SA Group products. As a supplier of hydraulic, pneumatic, and automation products

to the Nigerian market, TAG Energy’s capabilities are further strengthened by their capacity to make a significant impact on the Nigerian economy.”

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