Aubren Signs Distribution Agreement with Jubaili Bros.


Aubren, a manufacturer of innovative cooling products, are proud to announce a distribution agreement with Jubaili Bros, an international company which is engaged in providing generator and power solutions for telecoms, broadcast, defence, security and other integrated networks across various countries namely Nigeria, Lebanon, UAE, Kuwait, Qatar, Uganda, Ghana, Afghanistan and South Africa. Under the terms of the agreement, Jubaili Bros will distribute the Aubren services and  DAQS range of innovative IT Cooling solutions to customer seeking to reduce their power and fuel consumption.

The  DAQS range offers innovative, highly energy efficient cooling solutions for Telecom/ IT applications. The designs are built upon Free Air Cooling principles, incorporating highly efficient EC Fan technology. Whether the application is radio base station, switch room or data centre, On or Off grid, or High Ambient Temperature application, the product range offers a solution to meet your needs. All product solutions are energy efficient, flexible, modular and moreover, Future-Proof, interfacing with all industry standard communication protocols as standard.

According to Aubrey Nuzum, Managing Director at Aubren, ‘’This agreement with Jubaili Bros, already a leading supplier of power solutions across Middle East and Africa,  gives us the opportunity to build upon the existing relationships between Jubaili Bros and tower operators in this region.  Ongoing changes to base station equipment, and indeed the relevant standards governing this equipment, ensure that there are opportunities for tower operators to reduce their OPEX costs significantly, even in locations with high prevailing ambient temperatures.’’

‘’Jubaili Bros is pleased to bring the Aubren cooling solutions to our existing client base. We have been working closely with Aubren recently to trial their products in local environments and we are very confident that we can offer mobile network operators a reduction in their energy consumption across their networks’’ said Karim Jubaili, Area Manager, Jubaili Bros Nigeria.


About Jubaili Bros.
3e44a4eJubaili Bros sets itself apart from other Generator manufacturers and service providers by having complete dedication to customer satisfaction. We have made it our mission to ensure customer delight.

Jubaili Bros, a leading supplier of power solutions, serves its customers throughout the Middle East, Africa and Asia; with around 1500 international employees, deployed in 27 branches located in Lebanon, UAE, Nigeria, Afghanistan, Kuwait, Ghana, Qatar, Uganda and South Africa & through an extensive dealer network.

With 40 years in the power generation field Jubaili Bros has become one of the most trusted names in the power sector.

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About Aubren

image005Aubren design, make and deliver outstanding air management products. We operate a 3,000m2, highly-specialist, advanced manufacturing facility in Ireland. Our world class facility and operation has achieved several key industry standards including; ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHAS 18001. Our own brands include DAQS Europe precision air conditioning equipment and SoloRAD energy efficient fan coil radiators. We are exclusive distributors for ebm-Papst in Ireland, the world leader in energy saving fans and motors.


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