SAN ANTONIO, TX . . . ABB today earned the 2008 Global Low Voltage Electric Drives Company of the Year Award from Frost & Sullivan for the Low Voltage Drives business segment of the company. Business development, competitive strategy, customer satisfaction, and leadership within a particular Industry Research Group (IRG) were contingencies Frost & Sullivan included in its evaluation; ABB’s global Low Voltage Drives’ business unit “is perceived to exhibit outstanding management and consistent growth,” when evaluated against these measurements, the consulting firm noted.
Officially, this Company of the Year award is presented “in recognition of the company’s successful efforts to penetrate horizontal and vertical markets of the low voltage drives domain,” said Frost & Sullivan research analyst Deepthi Pamadiparthi. “ABB has demonstrated an outstanding ability to offer complete solutions for automation customers.”
In presenting the award, Frost & Sullivan emphasized the focus ABB puts on helping customers to become more energy conscious — and then providing products that deliver energy savings and a more sustainable world. Here is how the consulting firm detailed ABB’s contribution to energy awareness:
ABB is the world’s largest manufacturer of electric drives. In close co-operation with channel partners, ABB provides a complete line of energy-efficient electric drives and drive systems to a wide range of industries and applications. Products manufactured include AC and DC variable-speed drives from 120 W through 4.5 MW (0.16 to 6000 HP), and application-specific drive system solutions to meet diverse customer needs. This line of products is complemented with a comprehensive set of services to make sure customers get the highest possible return on their investments. Visit ABB at www.abb.com.
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