July 18, 2024

Desert Technologies and Essentra signs a deal for exporting Saudi Solar Panels


Desert Technologies, a leading Saudi Solar Panel Manufacturer, entered into signing a trade agreement with the American firm “Essentra” for exporting Saudi-built Solar Panels to aid their projects in the United States.

Desert Technologies and Essentra signs MoU in the Saudi Export Trade Mission

A recent announcement done by the firm stated that the agreement was signed during the Saudi Export Trade Mission, and it thus placed Desert Technologies in an advantageous position within the American market. 

The joint deal has boosted their placement in the production and manufacturing of Solar Panels globally. The announcement also referred that their Jeddah-positioned factory that had commenced its activities in 2011, and its production line is currently up to date with the latest technologies optimally utilized globally in the manufacture of Solar Panels.

Statement from Eng. Majid Al-Rifaie, Group Chief Commercial Officer at Desert Technologies

He stated on the occasion of the announcement of the deal stating: “the participation of the Desert Technologies Factory in the Trade Mission is part of the company’s geographical expansion in its exports. Adding that this partnership gives their products access to the American market which is an active market is a solar energy, according to the Solar Energy Industries Association.”

Eng. Al-Rifaie expressed his firm’s goal to achieve tangible improvements in exports by targeting new markets and increasing the Saudi solar panel exports to many Arab, African and European markets. Noting that there are many opportunities to increase exports to the American market.




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