TES Sign Long Term Global Supply Agreement

LV Switchgear

TES have recently signed a new long-term global supply agreement with a major technology provider for the supply, installation and maintenance of power distribution equipment throughout their global network. The contract award follows a rigorous tendering process in which TES were assessed against a large number of other leading manufacturers.

The supply agreement has been awarded to TES for an initial period of four years and has been put in place in order to ensure that demand for services can be met in the coming years. This demand is being driven by an unprecedented increase in remote working, increased reliance on e-commerce and adoption of cloud computing services for entertainment and communication.

TES will be working in close collaboration with the project delivery teams in order to design, manufacture, install, test and commission a range of power distribution equipment (including LV Switchgear, PDU’s and Distribution Boards) in line with programme. Projects will be a mixture of new facility construction and refurbishment or upgrading of existing facilities in order to modernise and meet future requirements.

Commenting on the new supply agreement TES Power Division Operations Director, Martin Brannigan said “we’re delighted to have been awarded this global supply agreement and look forward to working closely with the client and the other delivery partners over the next number of years. Being awarded the supply agreement following a rigorous process and substantial competition is a testament to the commitment of our staff and quality of the TES products and services provided to our clients”.

TES design and manufacture a wide range of power distribution and control equipment from a purpose built, state of the art HQ in Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland. Products manufactured include LV Switchgear, MCC’s, Packaged Substations and PDU’s for a range of critical infrastructure including data centres, water, mining, renewable energy and pharmaceutical sectors.