ABB’s operations are organized into four global divisions, which in turn are made up of specific business units focused on particular industries and product categories. Click the links below for brief descriptions of the divisions.

Electrification Products

OfferingTechnology across the full electrical value chain from substation to the point of consumption, enabling safer and more reliable power. A range of digital and connected innovations for low- and medium-voltage, including EV infrastructure, solar inverters, modular substations, distribution automation, power protection, wiring accessories, switchgear, enclosures, cabling, sensing and control.

Industrial Automation

OfferingProducts, systems and services designed to optimize the productivity of industrial processes. Solutions include turnkey engineering, control systems, measurement products, life cycle services, outsourced maintenance and industry specific products (eg, electric propulsion for ships, mine hoists, turbochargers and pulp testing equipment).

Allen-Bradley is the brand-name of a line of Factory Automation Equipment manufactured by Rockwell Automation. The company, with revenues of approximately US $6.4 billion in 2013, manufactures programmable logic controllers (PLC), human-machine interfaces, safety components and systems, software, drives and drive systems, contactors, motor control centers, and systems of such products. Rockwell Automation also provides asset-management services including repair and consulting. Ro

Indramat GmbH, now part of Bosch Rexroth, was an industrial control firm founded in 1958, based in Neuwied (am Rhein), Germany. Its name is a German abbreviation meaning “Gesellschaft zur INDustrialisierung-RAtionalisierung und AutoMATisierung“ (Association for Industrialization, Rationalization, and Automation).

The core business was the production of industrial servo drives and motion controls for use on machine tools, machine presses, printing presses, food packaging machinery, as well as assembly lines and material handling equipment.

Control Techniques, a Nidec brand, has been at the front of customer-focused drive technology for over 40 years. We’re dedicated to the advancement of automation. From product development at our headquarters to our 45 Automation Centers around the world, we provide solutions relevant to the industries in your region. We ensure high performance, reliability and energy efficiency across every application.

The Danfoss Group manufactures products and provides services used in cooling food, air conditioning, heating buildings, controlling electric motors, gas compressors, variable-frequency drives and powering mobile machinery. The company is also active in the field of solar and wind power as well as district heating and cooling infrastructure. Danfoss employs approximately 24,000 people worldwide with its headquarters in Nordborg, Denmark.

Danfoss was founded in 1933 by Mads Clausen, and is today almost entirely owned by the Bitten and Mads Clausen Foundation. In 2002 Danfoss joined the United Nations Global Compact, consisting of nine principles with social and environmental responsibility.

FANUC is a group of companies, principally FANUC Corporation of Japan, Fanuc America Corporation of Rochester Hills, Michigan, USA, and FANUC Europe Corporation S.A. of Luxembourg, that provide automation products and services such as robotics and computer numerical control wireless systems.

Our superior technology is utilized in high-precision motors, motion control and machining systems worldwide.

With over 100 years in the precision measurement industry, HEIDENHAIN is setting the future standards of position feedback accuracy today. Our primary industries are metalworking, machine tool, semiconductor and electronics, motor/drive, general automation, and medical, but can be of service anywhere highly dependable precision measurement and motion control is needed.

As a global automation powerhouse, KUKA boasts a comprehensive portfolio of products and solutions. This ranges from individual robots and robotic cells for automated production steps all the way to large-scale customized systems. KUKA focuses on profitable high-growth markets such as automotive and aerospace, and the company has also increased its activity in sectors such as consumer goods and e-commerce. Our solutions enable our customers across the globe to operate more successfully in their respective industries.

a global specialist in Motion Centric Automation, we offer you products, drive solutions, complete automation systems, engineering services and tools from a single source.

We are one of the few providers in the market who are alongside you for the entire development process of your machine – from initial ideas to aftersales, from the control system all the way to the drive shaft.

Learn about our wide range of skills and discover everything you need to know about one of the leading drive and automation specialists in the field of machine engineering.

The role demanded of automotive equipment is ever changing; that is to make cars a safe and comfortable environment for people around the world.

How can cars be made both safe for the environment and more efficient?
How can various information services be used to make driving anxiety-free?
How can driving be made easier for everyone, especially the elderly?

To continue to respond to the needs of this changing age,
we, at Mitsubishi Electric, will use the manufacturing skills we have
cultivated over 90 years of experience to do our best to
move forward into the future.


Since its establishment in 1933 as Tateisi Electric Manufacturing Co., OMRON has supported industry with innovative solutions and advanced technologies.

OMRON group fulfills social responsibility by promoting comprehensive global CSR procurements including environment as well as compliance with laws and regulations. We also realize valuable products and services and aim for improving customer satisfactions by always procuring best “Items and Services” in whole QCDS (Quality, Cost, Delivery and Service)
To realize it, we established a group purchasing policy which consists of “Basic Policy” “Management Policy” and “Supplier Code of Conduct” when implementing purchasing activity.
We will realise CSR procurement through supply chain by integrally innovating with suppliers.

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG is an automation technology company in Ostfildern, Germany. In addition to the head office in Germany, Pilz is represented in 40 subsidiaries and branches on all continents. The company was founded as a glass-blowing business by Hermann Pilz in Esslingen in 1948.

RELIANCE ELECTRIC CO. a leading manufacturer of electrical products for industry, was founded in 1905 by Cleveland industrialist Peter M. Hitchcock and his cousin, inventor John C. Lincoln.

Elau is Now Schneider Electric




Schneider Electric is leading the Digital Transformation of Energy Management and Automation in Homes, Buildings, Data Centers, Infrastructure and Industries.

With global presence in over 100 countries, Schneider is the undisputable leader in Power Management – Medium Voltage, Low Voltage and Secure Power, and in Automation Systems. We provide integrated efficiency solutions, combining energy, automation and software.

In our global Ecosystem, we collaborate with the largest Partner, Integrator and Developer Community on our Open Platform to deliver real-time control and operational efficiency.

We believe that great people and partners make Schneider a great company and that our commitment to Innovation, Diversity and Sustainability ensures that Life Is On everywhere, for everyone and at every moment.

Eurotherm is a supplier of control and measurement instruments to industrial and process markets. They are part of Schneider Electric, an electricity distribution, automation management and producer of installation components for energy management company.

SEW-Eurodrive is a German manufacturing company founded by Christian Pähr in 1931 as Süddeutsche Elektromotoren Werke. Today, it is an international organisation that manufactures geared motors, frequency inverters and servo drives employing over 17,000 people worldwide with annual sales in excess of €2.8 billion.

Based in Bruchsal in Southern Germany they have manufacturing assembly and service centres throughout the world. SEW are leaders in decentralised control technology, with products such as Movimot, Movigear, Moviswitch, and Movitrans. In addition they have moved into the large industrial gearbox market with their range of helical, bevel helical, and planetary gearboxes.

A further development sees their 30-year-old DT/DV range of motors being replaced by the new DR range of motors which are designed with future efficiency standards in mind. The new DR range complies in full with EuP Lot 11 which will be the new compulsory European efficiency standard to replace the existing voluntary agreement in 2011.

SEW-Eurodrive made its mark in the industry by making the motor and gearbox integral or monolithic. By bypassing the constraints of what is considered mutually exclusive, total optimization is possible, thus allowing far higher service lives when compared to “industry standards”

Sick AG (or SICK, as spelled by the company), based in Waldkirch (Breisgau), Germany, is a global manufacturer of sensors and sensor solutions for industrial applications. The company is active in the areas of factory and logistics automation and process automation. The company employs around 8,800 employees worldwide and achieved sales of EUR 1.5 billion in 2017.

The company is particularly well known for its laser scanners, which are used as sensors in the fields of facility protection (security), ports and robotics. Five LIDARs produced by the Sick AG were used for short-range detection on Stanley, the autonomous car that won the 2005 DARPA Grand Challenge; they can be seen on the roof of the vehicle. SICK/IBEO LIDARs were also used for obstacle avoidance, mapping and pedestrian tracking on WAMbot, the autonomous vehicle that came 4th in the MAGIC 2010 competition.

Siemens AG is a German conglomerate company headquartered in Berlin and Munich and the largest industrial manufacturing company in Europe with branch offices abroad. The principal divisions of the company are Industry, Energy, Healthcare, and Infrastructure & Cities, which represent the main activities of the company.

Texas Instruments Inc. is an American technology company that designs and manufactures semiconductors and various integrated circuits, which it sells to electronics designers and manufacturers globally. Its headquarters are in Dallas, Texas, United States.

Vickers®, one of the most experienced and respected names in hydraulics, became part of Eaton in 1999. A comprehensive supplier of power and motion control components and systems, Vickers vane and piston pumps, valves, electro-hydraulic controls, cylinders and filtration products are found in industrial, mobile, aerospace, marine and defense applications worldwide. Vickers also pioneered the industry’s first fluid analysis service, a tradition proudly continued by the Eaton Fluid Analysis Laboratory.

The Yaskawa Electric Corporation is a Japanese manufacturer of servos, motion controllers, AC motor drives, switches and industrial robots. Their Motoman robots are heavy duty industrial robots used in welding, packaging, assembly, coating, cutting, material handling and general automation.