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ABB Drives Alliance expands further with addition of Thrige-Scott

ABB Limited (Group Headquarters) : 14 December, 2004  (Company News)
Thrige-Scott in Belfast has become the latest company to join ABB Drives Alliance, providing round-the-clock support for users of variable speed drives in Northern Ireland.
Thrige-Scott in Belfast has become the latest company to join ABB Drives Alliance, providing round-the-clock support for users of variable speed drives in Northern Ireland.

Being Ireland's leading electro-mechanical company, established over 100 hundred years ago, Thrige-Scott has long been a supplier of ABB motors and drives and has been an ABB Motor Service Partner for many years.

Alan Armstrong, Sales Manager for Thrige-Scott, says: 'Becoming an ABB Drives Alliance Partner increases our ability to serve customers. We can now supply the full range of ABB drives up to 315 kW, meeting more of our customers' needs. This is helped by the ability to call on the stocks of other companies in the Alliance.'

The addition of Thrige-Scott to the Drives Alliance will enable ABB to strengthen its presence in Ireland. Thrige-Scott can now provide all the support and spare parts needed by ABB drives users in both Northern Ireland and Eire.

'We now have full access to all ABB spares, including the spares suitcases that allow us to respond rapidly to any service requirements,' says Armstrong.

Thrige-Scott will also have full access to ABB's drives macros and start up procedures, allowing the company to undertake enhancements of customers existing systems.
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