Intergen is ready to face global challenges

Once again this year, Intergen participated in the 8th edition of Key Energy of Rimini, the international show for energy and sustainable mobility. A great success was demonstrated by the more than 100,000 visitors (+8.6% over 2013) and 1,200 player companies. There was a large foreign component, with operators from 86 countries and 30 of these from overseas.

There were 350 buyers present, with Turkey being the most represented country, followed by the Balkan countries and North Africa. Next came Russia, Bulgaria, Romania, South America and Poland.

In this worldwide scenario Intergen officially introduced its new visual identity further consolidating its leadership position in the cogeneration market.

The innovative, original and creative stand, with graphics conceived strategically for the event, relaunched the message of a company able and competent to create high performance turnkey plants in all possible configurations.

Intergen stood out once again with its leading role, showcasing a 2,000 kWe TCG2020V20 engine – the largest present at the show – responding to the industrial world which requires gas engines with increasingly higher powers and efficiency.

The event launched challenges of a global nature which Intergen is ready to face and put itself on the line with its competitors. Our participation also offered us an additional strategic opportunity for strengthening commercial relationships with important customers such as Bosch, Enerblu, ABB and Austep, suppliers, partners, journalists and influential people from the industry which we hope will shortly lead to positive results.

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