BTC participates in Kuwait Construction Week 2019

Bahrah Trading Company (BTC), a subsidiary of Al Sayer Group Holding, participated in ‘Kuwait Construction Week’ exhibition,  which was recently held in Hall 6 of Kuwait International Fair Grounds. The participation featured compaction and concrete equipment from Wacker Neuson, Toyota Forklift and skid loaders from Bobcat at the exclusive BTC display stand and received a very good response from the public.

Construction Week is Kuwait’s largest building and construction event and is one of the most important event in GCC for manufacturers, distributors and service providers to increase their presence and meet with key decision makers in the region’s building and construction sectors.

The event was inaugurated by the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Public Works Khalid Al-Khazzi, and was attended by members from BTC including the General Manager, Hamza Melakandy, and the Manager Heavy Equipment Sales, Moothedath Gangadharan Biju.

Melakandy Hamza, BTC General Manager, said, “Reputation for professional and reliable service, providing comprehensive after-sales technical support as our commitment to customers, which has positioned BTC as one of the leading players in the market”.

Complete Range of Product Solutions from BTC:

Trucks and Buses
Heavy earth moving equipment for the construction industry, including Excavators, Loaders, Rollers etc.,
Industrial and Utility equipment including Generators, Compressors, Light towers, Light Compactors, Site Dumpers, Club Cars etc.,
Material handling equipment – Forklifts and Cranes
Special vehicles for firefighting, civil defense, disaster management and accident emergency rescue tools.

The above range is represented by world-Leading brands including Hino Trucks, Toyota Forklifts, BT material handling, Ashok Leyland Buses, Daewoo Buses, Bobcat, Doosan, Sakai, Astra etc.

Bahrah, an affiliate of Alsayer Group Holding, was established in 1965 and since then has evolved into a major source of supply to a wide spectrum of clients in construction, oil and industrial sectors in Kuwait.