Electra introduces new welding machine
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Nov 9: Auto Star- authorized dealer of Electra introduced new welding machine in the Valley. The product was launched at a function at a local hotel here today.
Electra ARC 200 I phase, a new welding machine consumes 80 percent less electricity, and is light in weight and easily portable.
“Welding machines are largely used in various industrial sectors. We are the first in the Valley to have a full fledged service station that provides round the clock services to our valued clients. All our machines are specially designed with tropical weather parameters, which are in conjunction with the Indian climate and working conditions,” said proprietor of Auto Star.
Interestingly, a lucky draw was held on the launching ceremony of the product.
Zaffar Ahmad won LCD TV. The other winners, Ms Madeha, Mukhtar Hassan, Nazir Ahmad, and Sahil Shah, took a portable TV home.
Abdul Majeed Bhat, president of traders and manufacturers association presented the gifts to the winners.
The guest of honour, General Manager Electra, Vijay Rana was also present on the occasion.
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