MDS visits Rittal

The Motor Driven Systems Conference visited Rotherham on Wednesday in the second of five UK dates aimed at helping industry professionals generate huge financial savings from motor driven apparatus.

 Hosted at Rittal’s UK headquarters in Rotherham, presentations from BPMA, ESTA, Carbon Trust and GAMBICA, among many others, contributed to a lively debate on how to reduce energy and make these potential savings a reality.

 John Wilkins, Marketing Manager at Rittal commented, “We were delighted to have hosted this important event and to have played our part in helping UK industry better understand the key issues surrounding improved industrial energy efficiency.   The quality of both speakers and papers was exceptionally high and the reaction from delegates was tremendous”.

 The day was opened by Steve Schofield, Director of the British Pump Manufacturers’ Association (BPMA), who offered an appraisal of Europe’s position on Energy Audits.  He said after the event, “The comprehensive programme of papers, and the focused nature of the topics covered, enabled all attendees to take away a great deal of acutely relevant information. I feel sure this will help them and their colleagues to implement good strategies for improved energy efficiency across their respective operations”.

Next stop for MDS is Redditch on the 5th November, at the UK headquarters of WEG Electric Motors. For more information about this event and to book your place, please visit the dedicated MDS website – www.motordrivensystems.com.

The remaining two events will be held at Hatfield and Bristol over the coming few weeks.

For furth details about these evnets Contact:

Andrew Castle – Touchwave Media andrew@touchwavemedia.co.uk T: 07785 290034

Rittal Ltd enclosure solutions www.rittal.co.uk

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