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Last $18.68 USD
Change Today -0.08 / -0.43%
Volume 970.3K
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Affolternstrasse 44

Zurich, 8050


Phone: 41 43 317 71 11

Fax: 41 43 317 44 20

rent-operated circuit breakers, interface relays and other products designed for outdoor installation. The division also supplies a range of electrical components, including conduits, boxes, covers, fittings, connectors, fasteners, wiring ducts, terminals, cable trays, struts, grounding, insulation, switchgear, metal framing, earthing and lightning protection and industrial lighting products for various types of application. Customers: The Low Voltage Products division serves a range of customers, including residential and commercial building contractors, process industries, rail equipment manufacturers, manufacturing companies, utilities and renewable energy suppliers, particularly in the wind and solar sectors. Sales and Marketing: Sales are made both through direct sales forces, as well as through third-party channel partners, such as distributors, wholesalers, installers, machine builders and OEMs, system integrators, and panel builders. The proportion of direct sales compared to channel partner sales varies among the different industries, product technologies and geographic markets. Competition: The Low Voltage Products division's principal competitors vary by product line but include Eaton Corporation, Legrand, Mitsubishi, Schneider, Siemens, Leviton and Rittal. Process Automation The Process Automation division is a provider of fully-engineered solutions, products and services for process control, safety, instrumentation, plant electrification and energy management for the key process industry sectors of chemical, oil and gas, marine, mining, minerals, metals, cement, and pulp and paper. The Process Automation division's core competencies are the applications of automation and electrification technologies to address these generic requirements and are tailored to the characteristics of each of its key industries. The Process Automation division offering is made available as separately sold products or as part of a total electrification, instrumentation and/or automation system. The division's technologies are sold both through direct sales forces and third-party channels. Products and Services The Process Automation division offers products, engineered systems and services for process control and measurement, safety, plant electrification, information management, assets management and industry-specific applications for various industries, primarily pulp and paper, metals, minerals and mining, chemical, oil and gas, marine, pharmaceuticals and the power industry. Some of the Discrete Automation and Motion, Power Systems, Power Products and Low Voltage Products divisions' products are integrated into the process control and electrification systems offered by the Process Automation division. The company’s automation systems are used in applications, such as continuous and batch control, asset optimization, energy management and safety. They are the hubs that link instrumentation, measurement devices and systems for control and supervision of industrial processes and enable customers to integrate their production systems with their enterprise, resource and planning systems, thereby providing a link to their ordering, billing and shipping processes. This link allows customers to manage their entire manufacturing and business process based on real-time access to plant information. Additionally, it allows customers to increase production efficiency, optimize their assets and reduce environmental waste. A key element of this division's product offering is its System 800xA process automation platform. This product extends the capability of traditional process control systems, introducing advanced functions, such as batch management, asset optimization and field device integration which plug in to a common user environment. The division also offers a line of instrumentation and analytical products to analyze, measure and record industrial and power processes. The division's product offerings for the pulp and paper industries include quality control systems for pulp and paper mills, control systems, drive systems, online sensors, actuators and field instruments. Online sensors measure product p


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