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ABB personnel will expand support for low voltage products

24 March 2011

ABB has appointed Mark Clegg as service sales manager for its low voltage products division, which produces ABB’s extensive range of circuit breakers, switchboards, contactors and other low voltage equipment

Starting his career as a low voltage design engineer, Clegg joined ABB in 1995 as a field sales engineer, later being appointed as a key account manager and then sales manager for low voltage breaker services.

His new appointment comes at a time of continuing expansion of ABB’s low voltage service facilities and Clegg will manage several field sales engineers to advise customers on the right service option for their installed low voltage products.

Working with two service centres in Sunderland and Stone, Staffordshire, Clegg and the low voltage products division sales engineers will help customers choose the right life cycle management service for their installed equipment. Both sites offer a full range of service facilities, including repair, refurbishment, testing and spares stocks.

The Sunderland service centre offers expertise in switchboards and control systems, while Stone is a brand new facility that provides dedicated support to the ABB low voltage circuit breaker range as well as breakers from other manufacturers. Both facilities have the capability of offering retrofit solutions for a wide range of LV circuit breakers, from a host of manufacturers.

Says Clegg: “Both of our service workshops are expanding, offering a more comprehensive and capable service organisation that can provide quicker turnarounds for customers, as well as offering a better geographical coverage. An improved sales focus will allow us to bring what we do to the attention of more customers in all sectors.”

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