28th October 2016
SKANWEAR in collaboration agreement with Engineering Power Solutions (EPS)
• Embracing collaboration; world class companies strengthen working relationship
• Leadership, skills and innovation underpin strategic partnership agreement
SKANWEAR and EPS, have established a working relationship through an agreement to develop closer strategic collaboration to drive electrical safety, namely arc flash awareness and solutions across the globe.
The agreement covers the exchange of a wide range of products, services and skills across mutually beneficial areas to further improvements and developments within the global electrical safety arena.
With each company operating within similar sectors, the collaboration hopes to realise the benefits of combining the in-depth expertise from each business to challenge existing products, services, systems, processes and solutions and create an electrical safety solution that supports global companies looking to harmonise and standardise electrical safety policies and practises across their organisation.
Angus Long, Global Technical Manager for SKANWEAR, comments: “This agreement further formalises an excellent existing relationship between SKANWEAR and EPS, both leaders in our fields. We face a period of opportunity as organisations across the world are seeking to improve electrical safety standards. By working together on products, services and global working practices, we aim to realise the full benefits of global electrical safety solutions. This is an exciting development that will positively contribute to both businesses, but more importantly our clients and the value we add to them”
Both SKANWEAR and EPS will be hosting clients as part of the new partnership, involving them in specific electrical safety innovations we are developing.
Adrian Hall, Managing Director from EPS, concludes: “The scope of the collaboration is unlimited and will see us work closely together to optimise electrical safety solutions for industry. At a time when all stakeholders need to address the challenges global compliance brings, we believe such partnerships can make a significant contribution to supporting global companies in their drive towards consistency and standardisation”