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New UK EcoXpert Partner

25.11.2020, 12:42

New UK EcoXpert Partner

Schneider Electric has approved Impact Control Systems as a UK supplier of building automation and control solutions under its EcoXpert partner programme.

Providing Schneider Electric solutions further enhances Impact Control Systems’ decades of experience in delivering design and equipment solutions from tender through to installation and commissioning.

Impact  Controls have enjoyed continued business growth, achieved by developing long-term and mutually beneficial relationships with both clients and suppliers from across the country served from locations in Liverpool, Leeds, Manchester and London.

The coupling of experience with the very latest technologies will also ensure new and existing clients will benefit from the new partnership

Westley Thurley, Channel Leader BMS System Integrators and Mechanical Consultants at Schneider Electric comments: “We are thrilled to have Impact Control Systems on board as an EcoXpert partner. The team brings a wealth of experience of consistently meeting customers’ needs. This experience, coupled with our EcoStruxure products, make a perfect combination. We look forward to be a part of Impact Controls next thirty years in business.”

Impact Control Systems managing director, Graham Price, adds: “We are rapidly approaching the thirtieth anniversary of Impact Controls. Throughout this time we have constantly strived to innovate and ensure our clients are offered the best solution for their needs.

“We are pleased to be partnering with Schneider Electric in order to bring the EcoStruxure solutions to our clients. The capabilities and breath of offer will open up more opportunities, and no doubt help us meet the ever-expanding need for good controls, energy and carbon reduction actions.”  

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