o4uchile signs an agreement with the electric company Speco, a subsidiary of State Grid for commercial representation in the Chilean market.

SPECO (Shandong Power Equipment Company) one of the largest specialists in the manufacture of power transformers and reactors, with more than 2,000 workers and three factories segmented by low, medium and high voltage power.

Jack Yu, Sales Director of Spain and South America and Alejandro Wu, Commercial Manager, representing Speco, formalized the agreement with o4uchile for its commercial representation in Chile through its directors Bernardo González and Eduardo Muñoz.

o4uchile offers Speco all its professionalism and knowledge of the national market for the development of projects, and at the same time Speco supports and trusts the solidity of our work and transparency.

This commercial agreement will bring benefits for our market as possibilities are opened to new developments, uses of technologies and increased competitiveness.

In July, the Executive Director of o4uchile, Bernardo González and our Financial Director, Eduardo Muñoz, made a trip to China to the Speco facilities, where they could see the factory of power transformers with a capacity of up to 1,000 MVA per AC equipment. keep going.

In this factory located in Jinan 450 km from Beijing, 800 people work and it has 24,000 m2 built on a 40,000 m2 plot, including its own test laboratories, making it the biggest transformer factory in the Asian giant.

On a second day they visited one of the largest substations in China: Quancheng, which has GIS technology, owned by State Grid, also located in Jinan City, Shandong Province.

This substation has three banks of autotransformers with a total power of 3,000 MVA in each of them, making this substation a single substation with 12 monophasic units with a total capacity of up to 12,000 MVA.