Nidec (Leroy-Somer) trading under GES Automation (IRL) have just completed our 1st quarter under the new structure and have had a wonderful introduction to our client base.

We are reaching out to grow the market with a host of new and highly efficient range of products presently stocked in our Newbridge warehouse, supporting many of the blue-chip Irish manufacturing and industrial motor and drive market, offering a same day delivery on stock items to meet our customer needs.

This has been an exciting start for GES Automation (IRL), and we look forward to building powerful partnerships with our customers and our employees, expanding our portfolio within the island of Ireland.

Established in 1972 as Grants Electrical Services (NI) Ltd., the Company has grown and developed into GES Group, a leading Electrical and Mechanical Engineering entity, now serving commerce throughout Ireland, the UK and Europe.  An award-winning industry-leading organisation, the company provide power, energy and drivetrain solutions for SMEs and large multi-nationals across a range of industries UK, Ireland and beyond. The group have strong and long-standing trading history extending in growth across a significant number of industry sectors, in their drive to develop the Nidec (Leroy-Somer) motor market throughout Ireland.

We strongly believe that this change to our business model will enhance our customers experience ensuring fast and easy access to our full range of products plus first-class product, service, and support. Today, almost all business functions are dependent on a steadfast and harmonized electrical supply, one that is well-designed, maintained, automated & controlled, energy efficient and with mechanically reliable operations.

At GES we offer advice and expertise in maintaining all these services in-house through our experienced qualified engineers.

“PR Statement from CEO GES Group – David Moore”

“ We are delighted with the opportunity to extend our all-Ireland market and with ambitious plans through collaboration within our industry. That said we want to identify and tackle the underlying issues, such as digital skills and innovation through outreach with our new and existing clients, which is an excellent example of our focus on delivering and implementing actions to address the key challenges facing our future development in the Motor & Drive digital energy revolution”.

Our contact details for Sales and Stores are all below:

Paul Murphy:                 Sales Engineer (Ireland)

Gary Kirkpatrick:            Sales Support (Ireland)

Lorraine Farrell:                     Growth Development Manager

Curtis Wallace:                  Growth Sales Engineer

Cathal Murphy                                                                     Sales support Ireland

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Telephone Number +00353 045 448220