Wathba Investment Company is an electromechanical supplier established in 1996 to serve domestic, commercial and industrial clients.
Wathba specializes in offering turnkey solutions through a wide variety of services including design, supply, installation, commissioning, operation and maintenance of a range of electromechanical systems. This includes—but is not limited to—photovoltaic solar systems for electricity generation, solar thermal systems for hot and cold water generation, firefighting and fire alarm systems, as well as pumps, pump sets and pumping stations.
Wholesale services are also offered for the aforementioned systems through a distribution network covering every city in Jordan. With over 23 years of experience, this division has successfully extended the high quality products and services of Wathba’s headquarters to all distribution outlets. Thus, ensuring the satisfaction of all endusers.
Wathba Energy was established as a separate division of Wathba Investment Co. in 2013 to prioritize the company’s net-metering and wheeling projects. Since then, Wathba has provided photovoltaic systems and electricity generation solutions to a range of clients such as Bank al Etihad, Arab Jordan Investment Bank, Gaza Industrial Complex, UMIC, Modern American School and more.
All company divisions are supported by a team of salespeople, engineers, technicians and back-office personnel to maintain efficiency and professionalism at every stage, all the time. Moreover, the logistics team that operates Wathba’s inventory is backed by a fleet of delivery cars and trucks to sustain the fastest response time and ontime service. As such, all clients, partners and suppliers alike can expect unmatched service before, during, and after each installation or transaction by Wathba.
Wathba Investment Company is a supplier of many world leading brands including Giacomini Spa (Italy, since 1996), Aquapex (Jordan, since 1996), DWT Group (Italy, since 2002), Ecoflam (Italy, since 2001), ensol (Poland, since 2015), ABB (Italy, since 2013), Jinko (China, since 2013) and Schletter (Germany, since 2015).