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Electrical Industries Limited Group of Companies
© © 2013www.eiltt.com
© Corporate History Joint Venture between AEI Compounds, UK and a local partner Established By Trinidad Electrical Manufacturing Corporation Limited (TEMCO) Group of Companies from Neal and Massy Holdings Acquired by Acquired Agos Lighting Division in September 2009 Acquisition Acquired Century Eslon Limited in February 2011 Acquisition
© Vision, Mission, Guiding Principles To be a model company, second to none in the private sector in the Caribbean To exceed expectations of stakeholders by being an innovative globally competitive manufacturer and supplier Doing what we do….better
© Manufacturing Activities EIL is the largest manufacturer of cables in the Caribbean - producing cables to British, American and Dutch standards.
© Manufacturing Activities EIL is the largest manufacturer of fluorescent lighting fixtures in the Caribbean with UL listing and product certification. 60% of plant output sold to the US market.
© Manufacturing Activities EIL has the widest range of PVC manufactured products including pipes, fittings, water/septic tanks, pails/buckets, traffic barriers.
© Distribution Activities EIL is the representative for major lines of Electrical and Plumbing suppliers. These include: General Electric Cambridge Brass Leviton Power Logic by Schneider Lucy Switchgear Mueller
© Distribution Activities EIL has an additional manufacturing facility for custom built Electrical Switchgear. Products include: Metercenters Panelboards Switchboards Motor Controllers
© Distribution Activities Special New Product/Market development team with emphasis on Green Technology Regional partnership with Cube Energy of Germany Distributors of energy saving products and solutions
© Chronology of Standards UL product listing for THHN wires BASEC Certification for BS cables and switchgear UL Certification Tray Cables Upgraded to ISO 9001:2000 by UL, implemented a Waste Management and Waste Treatment for all effluent discharge EIL became one of the first ISO 9001 certified companies in the Caribbean – the first in Trinidad and Tobago RvA (Netherlands), RAG, (US) and UKAS (UK) accreditation Implementing HSE system, prepared for the assent of the OHS Act of T&T, achieving UL product listing giving access to Canadian market KEMA (Dutch market), UL for NMB cables
© Our Locations
© Locations & contacts Antigua Herbert’s Estate Potter’s Main Rd St. John’s Antigua Contact: Ashfaq Ahmed Tel: Fax: barbados Friendship Terrace Lodge Hill St. Michael Barbados Contact: Juliet Small Tel: Fax: dominica Canefield Industrial Estate Roseau Dominica Contact: Orville Melville Tel: Fax: grenada Grand Anse Grenada Contact: Henson Gittens Tel: Fax: jamaica Bustamante Highway Osborne Store Clarendon, Jamaica Contact: Linton Snowball Tel: Fax: St. kitts CAP Southwell Industries Basseterre St. Kitts Contact: Nvron Francis Tel: Fax:
© Locations & contacts St. lucia Gros Islet St. Lucia Contact: Stuart St. Ville Tel: Fax: St. vincent Calliaque (Villa) St. Vincent Contact: Kathy Joseph Tel: Fax: suriname Tweed Rijweg, 135 Paramaribo Suriname Contact: Dennis Kopinsky Tel/Fax:
© Target Markets Local Distributors across Trinidad and Tobago to service retail operations Exclusive Suppliers for GE Industrial Products Introduction of Supply & Install Package geared towards construction industry
© Target Markets Regional Turks and Caicos Jamaica Bermuda Cayman Islands Tortola St Maarten Puerto Rico Bahamas Dominican Republic Guyana Grenada Barbados St Lucia Dominica St Kitts St. Vincent Belize Suriname Haiti
© Target Markets International Currently working on Holland market United States Ireland United Kingdom Canada Malta Panama
© Prime Minister’s Exporter of the Year Award for Export Performance BDC’s Excellence in Export/International Competiveness Award Achievements Prime Minister’s Exporter of the Year Award for Quality Construction Products BDC’s Overall Award for Excellence in Business BDC’s Excellence in Technology Award
© Suppliers & partners
© © 2013www.eiltt.com
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