Swaziland was a former British territory until its independence in 1968. Located in southern Africa, the land has been occupied since pre-history. It is ruled by a king who appoints a prime minister and the members of the parliament.

Agriculture, manufacturing, mining and remittances from overseas Swazis are the sectors that fuel Swaziland’s economy. Highly dependent on South Africa for imports and exports, Swaziland hopes to improve its economy by investing more in infrastructure to increase output.

Areas or industries that may require temporary power solutions:

      • Agriculture Industry
      • Manufacturing Industry
      • Mining Industry
      • Construction Industry
      • Utility Power Generation Industry

Altaaqa Global can supply the latest rental power generators to Swaziland to support existing grids or to provide electricity to construction activities in remote places. Round-the-clock customer support from more than 1,700 partners worldwide is also available whenever it is needed.

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