04 Jun 2014

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Nigel Brookes, Group Sales Director of The Automated Technology Group

The Automated Technology Group – a leading supplier of intelligent solutions for automation control, motor control and power distribution – has been awarded a partner licence by Schneider Electric to supply its highly successful range of Okken low voltage switchboards.

A complete range of modular switchboards for power distribution and motor control, Okken combines high performance with the ability to easily modify and upgrade compartments at any time, allowing the switchboard to be adaptable to site changes. Okken switchboards are fully type tested to the latest IEC standards and feature high levels of safety, efficiency and reliability. The withdrawable drawers have three positions – connected, test and disconnected – and feature a complete set of safety interlocks to guarantee safe operation and maintenance.

Explained Nigel Brookes, Group Sales Director for The Automated Technology Group, “We are delighted to be among only three Schneider partners in the UK to have been awarded a licence to supply Okken, allowing us to design and manufacture customised solutions to meet our clients’ requirements. Winning this licence,” continued Nigel Brookes, “clearly demonstrates the trust and confidence Schneider Electric places in the technical expertise and industrial experience of The Automated Technology Group.”

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About The Automated Technology Group
The Automated Technology Group is the UK’s largest independent supplier of control and power solutions for industrial automation. Headquartered in Silsoe, Bedfordshire, the group has personnel across sites in Silsoe, Bedford and Birmingham. Operating within all major industry sectors, the group delivers complex projects with a proven blend of creativity, confidence and control. Its solutions drive the production lines and supply chains of many leading companies including BAA, BAE Systems, Bentley, British Sugar, Coca-Cola, Hanson Cement, Jaguar Land Rover, Kraft, Scottish Power, Tata Steel and Thames Water.