Scolmore is up for six prestigious industry awards having been selected as a finalist with all six of the products entered into this year’s Electrical Industry Awards.
There is just one week left to enter this year’s NICEIC and ELECSA Apprentice of the Year competition.
More than 550 electrical apprentices have already taken the stage one exam as they bid to be crowned the next Apprentice of the Year.
Proven to half installation time in comparison to their screw terminal counterparts, Scolmore’s new Fast Fit Connectors are a saviour on site.
Following six years of successful trading in the Middle East, Scolmore Group has announced the opening of a new head office and warehouse facility in Dubai.
Faced with upgrading thousands of its social housing properties, Scolmore’s ‘one fitting for all’ lighting solution has proved a hit with Edinburgh Council.
It would seem things weren’t looking great for engineering services in the final quarter of 2018, as a new study revealed a slowdown in growth, coupled with increased material and labour costs.
Scolmore has upgraded its 13A 2-Gang USB socket which now features two USB charging ports – both capable of delivering 5V 2.1A simultaneously.
Scolmore Group has announced the the launch of a new, independent lighting company – OVIA Ltd – and the appointment of industry expert Mike Collins to head up its new enterprise.
Richard Bradley has been named the 2019 NICEIC and ELECSA Electrical Apprentice of the Year.
The latest Building Engineering Business Survey, sponsored by Scolmore, has shown that sector growth remained steady in the second quarter of 2019 in the face of rising costs and persistent payment issues.
Scolmore’s GridPro collection of interchangeable mounting plates and modules has been enhanced with the addition of a range of media modules.
Scolmore supplies a range of key operated switches and sockets across its range of wiring accessories collections, to offer specifiers a varied choice when it comes to procuring products that have this required security feature.
Scolmore has donated its electrical accessories to a project that will provide a much-needed centre for homeless young people as part of a Children in Need DIY SOS special.