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Genth Power Supply Nigeria Limited is a privately owned international trading company established by Alhaji Said Muhammad and was incorporated under the laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in 1992. From its inception to date the company has transacted several businesses with both Federal and State Governments, organizations and as well as private industries in Nigeria.

The company started business mainly with importation of Diesel Generators and gradually expanded its scope into the area of international procurements of industrial equipment’s, raw materials, agricultural products, consumables, building, construction and civil works. The company has established a very strong business relationship with reputable European and American manufacturing companies like,
  • Westac International Limited UK.

  • Tsicanton Italy.

  • Hemke Obsi of Handover Germany.

  • Raja Universal India.

  • Refracted Gmbil of Germany.

  • Deep Rock Company Alabama USA.

  • GDM SRL Italy.

  • Prince Trading Holding GDM Italy.  And many more in their respective products.

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