Global interest has been reported following an open day at leading electrical control and automation specialist HiTrack.
Following the recent announcement that deals worth £500,000 have been secured during the first half of 2011, a recent open day at the company’s headquarters in Dyce, Aberdeen, generated a number of new enquiries from locations in Africa, Australia and the Far East, as well as a number from within the UK.
HiTrack employs nine people and specialises in the bespoke design, installation and maintenance of control systems and panels, ranging from small control cabinets to Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) controlled automation systems for a range of industries including oil and gas, food, waste management and engineering. Key markets include Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas.
Commenting on the open day managing director Willie Munro said: “Throwing open the doors and inviting people in to see first-hand what we do is an exciting and rewarding experience, and we are delighted that there has been such a positive response to what our visitors saw and heard on the day.
“We hope that the interest shown will continue to generate additional business which will further strengthen and grow the company in what has already been a very busy year.”