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    • November 09, 2020

      ETIM NORTH AMERICA (NA) has announced that Jeff Balentine, Director of Enterprise Data Management at Sonepar USA, has been appointed to the board of ETIM NA’s Electrical Sector.

      As a member of the Electrical Sector board, Jeff joins David Oldfather of IDEA and Jon Duffie of Siemens in helping drive adoption of ETIM product classification standards in the Electrical industry through membership recruitment, product committee engagement and prioritization, industry advocacy and other activities.

    • November 06, 2020

      CITY ELECTRIC SUPPLY welcomes Daniel Gillbanks as the latest addition to its Ontario Project Department.

      Focusing on the Ottawa region, Daniel is a highly motivated and professional individual who will work with members of the project team and clients to develop a timeline, create schedules, and oversee progress to make sure goals are met on time.

      With over ten years experience developing and growing key and National accounts in our UK operation, Daniel brings the expertise knowledge and understanding of the demands and focus required to excel in his current role.

      Daniel can be contacted at

    • November 06, 2020

      ELECTRO-FEDERATION CANADA (EFC) announces the retirement of Rita Davis, which came into effect October 30th, 2020. For over 21 years, Rita, an administrator with EFC, played an instrumental role in the effective functioning of the association, particularly in member services, and the achievements of its goals. She also provided support at many EFC events and committee meetings.

      On her last day, the EFC team and former colleagues and friends gathered virtually for a heartfelt send-off of the long-time administrator.

      EFC is truly grateful for Rita’s time at EFC and her many accomplishments and wishes her health and happiness as she embarks on a new chapter in life.

    • November 05, 2020

      RITTAL SYSTEMS LTD. awarded Melissa Montenegro and Itohansose (Osose) Itua, the winners of the Electro-Federation Canada ‘Women in Tech’ Scholarship program cheques of $1,750 each to pursue their careers in the Electrical & Manufacturing Industry.