Universal Electro-Engineering - Leading Through Innovation

by BTM

Tue, 06 April 2021

Universal Electro-Engineering - Leading Through Innovation

Established in 1976, the Bahrain-based company Universal Electro-Engineering (UNEECO) has consistently adapted and implemented innovations to meet the diverse and changing needs of the region’s electrical and electronics engineering sectors, earning itself the reputation of being the leading manufacturer of Low Voltage (LV) Switchgear Products and more.

The company, which established its first assembly plant in Salmabad, later moved to Mina Salman Industrial Area, where it operated for nearly 15 years, following which it rooted its state of the art facility in BIIP at Bahrain’s Al Hidd Industrial Area. “We marketed and sold our first product back in 1977. Our first partners were Ring Master of Norway and Aiphone of Japan for Internal Communication equipments and by the early ‘80s, UNEECO followed the international industry’s standards prevailing at that time,” reminisces UNEECO Chairman and Managing Director, Abdulrahman Juma.

Over the years, UNEECO tied up with various international players in the field of electrical and electronics engineering. “With these international associations, UNEECO delivers quality products and services to the society at par with global practices and standards,” says Mr. Juma.

UNEECO is the first factory to introduce Type Tested Panels to the market that meets the IEC Standard high quality products. “That’s what sets us apart from our competitors. We also utilise E-plan Design Solution software, for effective engineering, to save time for design and procurement process,” he explains. 

The company has been involved in several recognisable projects and developments including the Bahrain International Circuit, Bahrain International Airport and Marassi. “We’ve made a clear effort to provide our clients with excellent after-sales service. That’s what our key to success has been - our customer-centric approach and attention to their satisfaction,” he concludes.