ZIV opens new factory in Newcastle
ZIV has moved its premises from Jarrow (Newcastle) to new and larger facilities in Gateshead (Newcastle).
22nd July 2018 by Networks
The larger facilities will enable ZIV to increase its production capacity, pre-sales and after-sales support services for the full range of ZIV products to local utilities and EPCs. The new plant is part of ZIV’s expansion plans for the UK market, where ZIV has been present for more than 20 years
Headquartered in Spain, ZIV was established in 1993 to provide innovative technological solutions for the electric energy industry, with a flexible and open-minded attitude and a strong commitment to teamwork. ZIV is a reliable partner and a leader in smart grid solutions, thanks to a unique mix of knowledge in protection, control, communication and metering technologies.
Today, ZIV is a team of around 500 professionals, with worldwide presence, serving the needs of both industrial consumers and utilities. ZIV offers a full range of products with in-house developed technology and related engineering services for HV, MV & LV power systems.
ZIV has references in five continents (85 countries) and supports customers from its 15 worldwide support centres.
For more information please contact:
ZIV Automation UK Ltd, 5 Bamburgh Court, Team Valley Trading Estate, Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, NE11 0TX.
Tel: +44 191 425 5200
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