Here we go again!
Meiji Electric will play a part in a well-known product exhibition known as the IIEE Expo 2014 to be held at SMX Convention Center, Mall of Asia on November 26 to 29. But unlike the previous event PHILCONSTRUCT, where all construction materials are presented, the IIEE Expo focuses more on the electrical, electronics and energy products.
As some of us know, Institute of Integrated Electrical Engineers of the Philippines, Inc. (IIEE) is the organization of electrical practitioners here in our country. And now, they’re their conducting this renowned event to continuously enhance electrical practitioners’ competitiveness towards global excellence.
Meiji Electric has been waiting for this opportunity to showcase its industrial side. This time, the company will present more on the efficient and energy saving electrical systems, like Electrical Panel Boards, Contactor Transfer Switches (CTS), Pump Controls, Low Voltage Switchgears and Frequency Inverter Controlled Systems.
Through Meiji’s industrial products like VFDs, ACBs, MCCBs, Magnetic Contactors and others, maximize the protection of all your machineries and control extremely accurate electrical motor regulation. All with a high degree of engineering, at a more economical level, yet in line with high quality standards.
Not only that, with various electrical products to be featured, you can choose innovative products like GFCI outlets, motion sensors, smoke detectors, and other related items that will make convenience and protection a priority to your home. The company will also display devices such as timers, AVRs and transformers that will speed up your business operations protect your office appliances and minimize electrical consumption.
Therefore, we cordially invite all engineers, developers, project managers, interior designers and end users to visit our place within four consecutive days. Meiji occupied two booths, 10 and 11, located near the entrance of the exhibit area, a more accessible place for visitors to participate in exciting surprises!