Ireland's Electrical Magazine 92 Aug-Sept


CORE Distribution welcomes Eamonn Tilley as Technical Sales Executive for Leinster

Eamonn Tilley has recently joined CORE Distribution as a Technical Sales Executive, operating in the Leinster region. He has a vast amount of technical experience gained from prior roles in his career, having worked as Technical Training and Quality Manager for LeGrand Ireland for over 10 years. Eamonn understands the challenges that present themselves in sales, as customers crave to have their needs understood and fulfilled. “It’s not

SBE’s MV Specialist Aidan Kehoe, MD Shay Byrne and Contract Manager Des Kehoe.

SBE commences upgrade for South East Technological University

Managing Director Shay Byrne, as SBE installed the original MV infrastructure on the college campus 30 years ago. “It was great to be back on-site at my old Alma Mater to see the commencement of works,” he said. Two of the current SBE team, Contract Manager Des Kehoe and Foreman PJ Duffy also worked on the original installation three decades ago.

Seamus Byrne Electrical has been contracted to carry out a medium voltage upgrade project for South East Technological University. The new five-way MV panel has been manufactured and supplied by Messrs ABB Ltd, one of the leading electrical engineering companies in the world. The project has been a trip down memory lane for

about the sale; It’s about finding a solution to an everyday problem while respecting the customer’s needs, as they are all individuals,” he says. Eamonn intends to use his position to mediate and provide CORE’s customers with the best professional service and products. Outside of his career, Eamonn is avidly invested in keeping fit. He holds a master’s degree in Sports Science from University College Dublin (UCD) and has coached many in the field of fitness.

Mental health awareness at Precision Cables

“A problem shared is a problem halved”. With this ethos in mind, Precision Cables has promoted a Wellness Seminar to employees to encourage open discussion and mental health awareness. The event was led by the charity AWARE, which delivers mental health and well-being programmes. Some of the topics covered were identifying warning signs of stress, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) tips for the workplace, and wellness at work. “The seminar was greatly received by all staff members and has sparked a conversation on mental health and warning signs”, commented Cathal Grace, Sales Director at Precision Cables. “Mental health is no longer a social stigma and should be discussed.”


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