What does a luxury motorboat on the sea have in common with a pole in the middle of the Sahara desert with a signal repeater? The need of energy in places with no walls to plug in a cord. And from where do most of these portable energy providers of the world come? The answer is Cesena, Marche in the central eastern part of Italy. The company called MASE, is an Italian group that exports roughly 80% of its production outside Europe.
MASE, italian tech around the world
At the helm of the company is Ombretta Sequino, an elegant woman who has no limits when it comes to exporting italian technology around the world. She believes that the USP of MASE is its capabilty for quality output. “We have always focused on quality to win tenders abroad against international giants in the global market” says Mrs. Sequino. “Our engineers and technicians are the best in this market segment, so we can compete with the Chinese, the Americans and the Japanese. We build green devices, with low consumption and high efficiency that the world appreciates” points out Mrs. Sequino. Portability is another key aspect: MASE mobile energy generators are light, easy to carry and easy to maintain.
MASE, energy solutions for any situations
Who uses this energy? Energy generators are indispensable in situations where energy is never enough, like in a stadium with a U2 concert. The continents of Africa and Australia have wide open spaces across which signals need to be transmitted for telephones and telecommunications. The only alternative to electricity in these cases is a mobile energy generator like MASE. And the biggest “countries” of all are the oceans: sailors sailing through the high seas on boats, yachts and ships, both private and commercial, call the onboard energy generator “The Mase” even if it comes from another brand.