Eaton announces ANZ power distribution partner program
Power management company Eaton has launched its Power Distribution Partner Program, which will help boost its presence in Australia and New Zealand.
The program aims to meet demand across the industrial, commercial and utilities markets, and has six new partner categories: Authorised Distributor, Authorised Distributor (Bussmann Series), Authorised Solution Provider (Drives), Authorised System Integrator, Licensed Panelbuilder and Premium Reseller Kyoritsu.
Dan Agnew, Eaton General Manager Power Distribution ANZ, said it will offer sales support and certified product training across the company’s drives, automation, switchboard and Bussmann ranges.
“With our power distribution channel almost doubling in size over the past 12 months, we are continuously investing in new service roles and tools to ensure existing and new partners have the support they need to grow their business with Eaton,” he said.
Eaton also recently appointed Mark Anning to Power Distribution ANZ Channel Manager, who Agnew said will bring over a decade of experience and “a tremendous amount of knowledge” to the role.
“We look forward to working with Mark as he focuses on delivering personalised support and strong service levels to our valued partners across the region — while seeking new opportunities to expand our power distribution channel across ANZ,” Agnew said.
The Eaton Power Distribution range includes low-voltage circuit protection and switchgear, drives and soft starters, motor control, XEnergy modular switchboard systems and distribution boards along with test and measurement equipment. It also includes medium-voltage transmission and distribution equipment for deployment in substations and critical infrastructure across cities, suburbs and industry.
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