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(English) As well as company news, we’ve decided to start adding blogs from the technical team to this section of the website in order to give you an insight into the engineering expertise and industry know-how that goes into keeping Ellis at the forefront of the global cable cleats market. In this first blog, mechanical engineering, Harry Taylor looks tackles the topic of multicore cables and short circuits.
(English) Cable cleats and clamps designed and manufactured in the UK by North Yorkshire-based, Ellis will play a vital safety role at this summer’s Pan-American Games in Lima, having been installed to secure electrical cables in substations that feed the Peruvian capital’s Games infrastructure.
(English) The world’s leading cable cleat manufacturer, Ellis has shown that innovation doesn’t have to be restricted to new product development; having enhanced a product that has been one of its best-sellers for over 20-years.
(English) Stephen Walton has been promoted to the role of technical director at the world’s leading cable cleat manufacturer, Ellis.
(English) Global cable cleat innovator and market leader, Ellis has expanded its sales team with the appointment of Luke Berridge as export sales executive.
(English) An innovative CPD course developed by the world’s leading cable cleat manufacturer, Ellis has helped educate close to two thousand engineering professionals from around the world as to the necessity for, and correct specification of cable cleats.
(English) As the leaders of the Brics nations convene for their 10th annual summit, Brazil is looking to remind the world of its potential after emerging from a long recession and a shocking case of political corruption. For UK firms willing to play the long game, our experts say, the opportunities here could be golden
(English) Cable cleats designed and manufactured in Yorkshire by Ellis have been specified and installed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) at the Fort Randall dam in Pickstown, South Dakota.