East Africa’s leading Water and Energy Solutions provider, Davis & Shirtliff has announced plans to open new branches in several counties within Kenya by the end of the year.
The firm has already opened new branches in Githurai, Marsabit, Nyeri and Kitale, with the aim of covering 70 per cent of the 47 counties by the end of the year.
In a media briefing, David Gatende, the Chief Executive Officer of Davis and Shirtliff said the company is focusing on the expansion with a plan to have a presence in every Kenyan county within the next three years.
“Devolution has had a dramatic and positive effect on the lives of Kenyans, and its importance cannot be over emphasized. Its effects are not just limited to the public sector and we in the private sector have also had to devolve in our own ways to keep up with the public sector,” said Mr. Gatende.
Currently, Davis & Shirtliff has 37 branches in 26 counties representing 55 per cent county presence with the newly opened branches raising the number of branches in the country to 40.
The firm applies alternative solutions such as solar, and water saving solutions to reach consumers with ease in Kenya.