B Grimm Trading Corporation aims to grow its sales of engineering products from Europe, the US and other parts of the world by 75 per cent to Bt1.4 billion this year while joining with Carrier Thailand to venture into emerging markets such as Myanmar.
B Grimm Trading, an affiliate of B Grimm, serves as an incubator to facilitate and support B Grimm and its joint ventures. It helps them connect their businesses and market their high quality products.
The company’s four business units generated revenue of Bt819 million last year. The main driver was the heat recovery steam generator unit.
The electrical engineering unit is projected to grow by 44 per cent or Bt115 million, led by the expansion of industrial customers especially in the eastern region and increasingly in residential projects in the central area that mainly use the products of Siemens.
The company will launch more electrical products such as magnetic starters from Hyundai and high efficiency motors from KSB and US Motors. It already carries water transfer pumps and water purifiers from Davey Water Products in Australia, transformers from GE, breakers and switchgear from Siemens and other products.
Its mechanical unit is targeted to grow by 10 per cent or Bt240 million on the expansion of its customer base in the oil and gas and industrial segments. It offers the top brands of Patterson’s fire suppression and hydronic pumping technology for HVAC applications with efficient performance and energy sustainability, KSB’s process pumps for power plants and industry, Zenit’s submersible electric pumps for water treatment and Siemens’ environmentally-friendly chemical extinguishing systems.
The air-conditioning unit was given the goal of growing by 20 per cent or Bt60 million by providing a full range of air-conditioning products and cooling systems from Carrier and Toshiba. Its services include extensive engineering consultation, design, installation, repair and maintenance to improve comfort and efficiency in homes, offices and factories.
The heat recovery steam generator unit was tasked with increasing sales by at least 120 per cent or Bt1.02 billion given the fast growth of the energy industry in the country.