Arabian Supply Center (ASC), the authorised distributor for Donaldson Filters, US, in Qatar, conducted a technical seminar, in association with Donaldson Filtration Systems for their fleet customers.
The main subject was the technicalities of Donaldson Filtration Systems and its technologies. The session was attended by over 80 technically involved people from ASC’s customer base, ranging from automotive to manufacturing industries. ASC parts and tyres sales manager Venkat welcomed the gathering. ASC operations director Praveen Hubli gave a presentation on the 10 years history of the company.
The seminar was presented by Donaldson Filtration System territory sales manager Ersoylu Mert, covering the history of the company, purpose of filtration, expertise in terms of R&D, OE market share and the range of industries and engines that the company serves.
ASC also honoured their top customers for Donaldson Filters with an Award of Appreciation. ASC, an affiliate of Al Jaber Group in Qatar, was established in 2008. Today, ASC is a prominent player in the fields of construction and industrial machinery, power generation and material handling equipment, in addition to being market leaders in automotive products such as lubricants, tyres, batteries and a wide range of quality spare parts for trucks and heavy machinery.
Donaldson Filtration company was founded in the US in 1915, when a young Frank Donaldson Sr. fashioned an air cleaner to protect the engine from dust.
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