The Technical Seminar In The British Embassy


On the 10th of February in the British Embassy in Moscow Azbuka El LTD (AZBUKA ELEKTRICHESTVA) and Terasaki Electric Europe have hosted a seminar ‘Modern Terasaki Circuit Breakers for Safety and Protection’in cooperation.  More than 100 electronic specialists have attended this seminar.


Team Leader (Energy) of the British Embassy, Sean Earl, has held an opening speech, where he stated that the British Embassy is glad to support the cooperation of two countries in the energy industry, support Terasaki company and their official representative in Russia – Azbuka Elektrichestva. Diplomat has mentioned the importance of the energy industry and the high quality of the Terasaki products, which provide protection and safety in different parts of the world in proite houses, industrial buildings and marine industry, where Terasaki is a leading supplier of switching devices. Mr Earl has also mentioned that the venue of the British Embassy in Moscow has been built using Terasaki circuit breakers, which have been providing safe and stable energy supply. Air circuit breakers guarantee safe and secure work for the embassy staff.


Tim Campbell, marketing manager of the Terasaki Electric Europe has presented general information about Terasaki circuit breakers, company profile and different project, where Terasaki circuit breakers were used. The survey in the end of the seminar has showed that guests highly evaluated all the presentations’ delivery and the background of our specialist. Tim Campbell has 13 years of experience working with low voltage equipment and provides training for specialists in Europe, Africa and South East. This year he has presented in Moscow for the first time and has answered all the questions from the guests.


Alexey Pischur, general manager of the Azbuka Elektrichestva, has made a presentation about the partnership with Terasaki in Russia. Both presenters were very pleased with the audience, who was listening very carefully and asked interesting questions.


Between the presentations, during the coffee breaks and lunch, guests could see the product displays; try to operate with Terasaki breakers themselves. Two switchboard building companies from Russia were also presenting their products: ‘Elektronmash’ from St. Petersburg and ‘EKTA’ from Ivanovo. Visitors could see their switchboards, which were built using Terasaki ACBs TemPower2 and MCCBs TemBreak2.


In the end of the event guests enjoyed sampling of Scotch Whisky from different regions of Scotland and received certificates about taking part in the seminar.





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