Martifer Solar’s Mprime launches PV trading platform for professionals

martifersolarMPrime is the photovoltaic equipment distribution brand of Martifer Solar, a subsidiary of Martifer SGPS, which will provide a wide range of PV modules, kits, components together with procurement services for EPC and is mostly focused on meeting the clients’ needs throughout the world.

Mprime just announced an innovative trading platform, developed for professionals only, based on simple, fast and reliable utilization concepts. The company points to these as principal features of the new platform:

– Check the most updated prices of the market,
– Compare and get the best deals easily,
– Take care of the contract, with no fees or extra costs,
– Invoice sent directly from supplier to the applicant,
– Supplier sends the product directly to the applicant.

“Mprime intends to offer to the market all the group know-how and expertise in negotiating PV components worldwide,” said Bernardo Mota Veiga, managing director of Martifer Solar – Distribution & Trading. “We have been working for the last 18 months in this project and we are proud to have on board the most reliable brands and we are confident that we will offer an innovative and secure way for doing business from small installers to the big EPC contractors. Being side by side with major manufacturers we can provide the scale to supplier and buyer, reduce the prices and to move towards grid parity.”

With this new concept, Martifer Solar’s brand MPrime intends to be one step ahead on the distribution business.

Martifer Solar is a fully integrated player in the global PV market, focused on the development of PV projects, EPC and O&M services, implementing more than 670 MW of PV energy worldwide. The company is based in Portugal and has presence in Europe (Spain, Italy, Greece, Belgium, France, Czech Republic, Slovakia, UK, Germany, Romania and Ukraine), North America and Latin America (US, Canada, Mexico, El Salvador, Chile, Brazil and Ecuador), Africa (Cape Verde, Mozambique and South Africa) and Asia (India, UAE, Singapore and Japan).

— Solar Builder magazine

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