Nidec Partnership Expanded- Newbridge (IRL)

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GES Group have extended their partnership with Nidec (Leroy Somer), covering the island of Ireland

This is a very exciting time for both GES Group and Nidec.

GES Group and Nidec have worked together in partnership in Northern Ireland for several years and by expanding the distributorship to Southern Ireland our partnership will create a more comprehensive infrastructure with enhanced experience and expertise. 

“To enable the growth and future proofing of our energy market in the digital transition we have taken a bold step to further develop our collaborative portfolio in Ireland. Developing further our product, skills and network structure within a collaborative group through the development of the Nidec Partnership deal programme. We are delighted with the opportunity to extend our all-Ireland market and with ambitious plans through collaboration within our industry. That said we want to identify and tackle the underlying issues, such as digital skills and innovation through outreach with our new and existing clients, which is an excellent example of our focus on delivering and implementing actions to address the key challenges facing our future development in the Motor & Drive digital energy revolution”.

CEO GES Group – David Moore 

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