Fundamentals partners with GE

Fundamentals partners with GE

Electrical engineering company Fundamentals Ltd has entered into a partnership with General Electric (GE).

The company has been appointed as channel partner for the monitoring and diagnostics (M&D) portfolio, which is part of the GE Grid Solutions business.

The new partnership will see Fundamentals working closely with GE's M&D team. They will offer a wide range of solutions to monitor and manage critical assets on the electrical grid, detect and diagnose issues and provide expert information and services to customers. All GE M&D business for the UK market will now be handled by Fundamentals.

GE Power's Grid Automation business development manager, Daniela Stearn, said: "Our portfolio includes solutions for single and multi-gas transformer DGA, enhanced transformer solutions and switchgear monitoring, as well as software and services. Fundamentals has a lot of expertise in these areas and it seemed like an obvious choice of partner. We look forward to working with them moving forwards."

Fundamentals sales and marketing manager, Russell Clayman, added: "This new partnership is a huge step in the growth plan of Fundamentals and it complements our existing range of products and services. It means that we can expand our portfolio to offer more comprehensive solutions to our existing clients, start engaging with new clients and, most importantly, create even happier customers."

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