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Banelec - Hazardex 2017 Exhibitor Profile - Stand 4

24 October 2016

West Midlands-based Banelec has discovered a gap in the market and is winning business that has seen it expand into new premises to cater for growth. Banelec’s trained specialists have worked alongside partner Bartec in Stavanger, Norway, to gain the expertise to build into the company’s hazardous area enclosures and then certify themselves, meaning Banelec can compete against larger companies on service and lead times.

Banelec has many projects underway for prestigious companies, including in the aviation and automotive industries, and is gaining new customers regularly, even with no external sales team. It has seen consistent growth year on year, purely by reputation, good service and by building a quality product.

Although there are other manufacturers and distributors of electrical control systems within the hazardous area sector, Banelec was surprised when customers reported how long it could take to obtain a completed control system.

To improve on this, the company provides a one-stop solution. Banelec’s experience in the market means it can take a customer’s specification and complete the whole process from Autocad design and manufacture through to installation anywhere in the world in record time.

UK customers include a Derby-based aviation company, Coventry based car manufacturers and J Barnsley Cranes, which is building and exporting overhead cranes to oil and mining companies all over the world. It is great to see large organisations within Britain supporting a local British Business.


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