Industrial Products & Services
ABB is a leading global technology company in power and automation that enables utility, industry, and transport and infrastructure customers to improve their performance while lowering environmental impact. The ABB Group of companies operates in roughly 100 countries and employs about 135,000 people. Sales representatives, manufacturer representatives, sales agents, trade agents are needed for ABB Group.
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.
Products and solutions suitable for multiple low- and medium-voltage electrical applications from residential home automation to industrial buildings, including modular substation packages, distribution automation products, switchgear, circuit breakers, measuring and sensing devices, control products, wiring accessories, and enclosures and cabling systems designed to ensure safety and reliability.
Motors, generators, drives, mechanical power transmission, robotics, wind converters, solar inverters, voltage regulators, rectifiers, UPS systems, excitation systems, traction converters, fast DC chargers.
Products, 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).
Power Grids offers power and automation products, systems and service solutions across the generation, transmission and distribution value chain. Its offering includes transformers, high-voltage products, power transmission systems, and grid integration and automation solutions – to enable a stronger, smarter and greener grid.
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