Control Freaks joins Mitsubishi Electric

System integrator become the latest member of Drive Solutions Centre (DSC) network

Bringing to the table its expertise in a wide range of industries, Control Freaks has become the latest member of Mitsubishi Electric’s Drive Solutions Centre (DSC) network. The system integrator will be able to expand its support to customers by continuing to develop the in-depth technical knowledge of its engineers and strengthening its offering to customers.

Clint Johnson, director at Control Freaks, comments: “Mitsubishi Electric’s components are highly reliable and can be used to develop flexible automated solutions. By joining the Drive Solutions Centre network, we aim to grow our expertise in drives and enhance the breadth of applications that we can deliver.”

Customised automation solutions

Since its foundation in 2006, Control Freaks has used Mitsubishi Electric technologies to create customised automation solutions for businesses in a variety of sectors, including the pharmaceutical, food and beverage industries. This new strategic agreement will enable Control Freaks to benefit from advanced training to expand its knowledge of drives, enabling it to deliver optimised systems.

“Personally, I am excited about the further development of our capabilities,” continues Johnson. “As part of the DSC network, we will be able to provide our customers with enhanced technical support and industry-focused expertise. I look forward to seeing my team members grow their skillsets, which will help us to create a wider range of solutions to support our customers.”

Drive Solutions Centre

The Drive Solutions Centre is a network of leading automation system integrators that provides a full service offering for the design, build and installation of systems based on larger capacity drives. Founded by Mitsubishi Electric Industrial Automation – UK Branch, the DSC is committed to developing and supporting solutions for almost any application, based on the company’s portfolio of variable speed drives (VSDs).

 

Control Freaks has used Mitsubishi Electric technologies to create customised automation solutions for businesses in a variety of sectors. [Source: Control Freaks Ltd]
Control Freaks has used Mitsubishi Electric technologies to create customised automation solutions for businesses in a variety of sectors. [Source: Control Freaks Ltd]

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