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City Electric Supply (CES) moves its headquarters to downtown Dallas, the former, and now newly renovated........

City Electric Supply (CES) moves its headquarters to downtown Dallas, the former, and now newly renovated........

Belo building, which incidentally is owned by the President and CEO of City Electric Supply. CES is one of the 10 largest electrical wholesalers in the US and continues to grow.


City Electric Supply, better known in Europe as City Electrical Factors (CEF), respectively now Yesss Elektro.
 

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Sonepar Ibérica and Sonibética in Spain have moved to new, modern premises in order to offer its...........

Sonepar Ibérica and Sonibética in Spain have moved to new, modern premises in order to offer its...........

Spanish companies, its customers and suppliers a better service. The new buildings are in Leganés, near Madrid.(Calle Ramón y Cajal, 24)

Sonepar Ibérica is represented in Spain by the wholesale companies Guerín, Hispanofil, Dielectro Canarias, Dielectro Balear, Dimel Castilla, AME and Dielectro Industrial with a total of 126 branches.

But Dimel Castilla has also moved to Leganés and in doing so has doubled its warehouse space. Dimel’s headquarters (calle Eduardo Torroja 37) now stands in close proximity to Sonepar Ibérica. With its 5 sales outlets Dimel made a turnover of more than EUR 31 m in 2015.

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Olaf Berlien, the CEO of Osram Licht AG and Grant Wright, the CEO and CFO of Osram Americas, together with a large number of guests............

Olaf Berlien, the CEO of Osram Licht AG and Grant Wright, the CEO and CFO of Osram Americas, together with a large number of guests............

of honour have formally opened Osram America’s new headquarters in Wilmington/ Massachusetts.

The facility has an area of 124,000-square-foot (11,520 m²), approx. 500 people are employed there and it is to serve as headquarters for North and South America.

The move was from Danvers to Wilmington, and was made necessary in order to be able to preserve the company’s leading position in a competitive and rapidly changing market.

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The Austrian subsidiary of the Swiss electrical firm ABB is moving from Vienna to Wiener Neudorf in Lower Austria, where robot manufacturing is already located with its 40m employees.

The Austrian subsidiary of the Swiss electrical firm ABB is moving from Vienna to Wiener Neudorf in Lower Austria, where robot manufacturing is already located with its 40m employees.

The high rental costs in the Business Park Vienna were the main argument against remaining in the capital, but in addition the company has the benefit of an optimal infrastructure in Lower Austria.

At the new location building is proceeding in two stages. The ground will be broken for the first building stage in five months and an investment amount of EUR 6.8 m has been set aside for this. A second extension phase can then follow later, but up until now there are no concrete plans for it.

The completion of the new company complex is planned for the first half of 2017, when 90 people will be employed in the new Austrian headquarters.

ABB Österreich operates mainly in the energy technology and automation sectors, employing about 400 people and making a turnover of EUR 156 m last year.

Since 2009 the chairman of ABB AG Österreich has been Franz Chalupecky, who expects a recovery in the industrial segment this year, but on the other hand does not think that growth will be possible in the energy sector.

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