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Who We Are2018-07-12T10:10:05+00:00

Mark Keogh
EIFI President

Tim Ferris
ECA President

Colm Walsh
AECI President

Gabriel Byrne
LAI President

John Smith
NECI President

Pat Tully
EMDA President

Phil O’Shea
AEW President

Gavin Edwards
LAI

Noel Simpson
AEW

Kevin O’Reilly
EMDA

Chris Lundy
AECI

Neil van Lonkhuyzen
EMDA

Jimmy Whan
EMDA

Sean Downey
ECA

Peadar Leddy
NECI

ASSOCIATION OF ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS OF IRELAND

To foster, protect, watch over, promote and encourage the trading, commercial and financial interests of persons, firms and bodies corporate engaged whether by wholesale or retail as electrical or electronic, contractors and allied trades and businesses by taking such lawful steps as to the Executive Council of the Association shall appear expedient, for or beneficial to electrical or electronic contractors and allied traders or to the public for the purpose of securing adherence to and compliance with the prices and conditions recommend from time to time by the Association with a view to attaining and maintaining equitable treatment with regard both to traders and the public and to give advice and render assistance to members of the Association and others.

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ASSOCIATION OF ELECTRICAL WHOLESALERS

The Association’s Aims:

To influence the development of the electrical industry as a whole and to encourage a spirit of cooperation and professional standing for all involved whilst representing expertly the interests of the quality manufacturers and distributors of electrical equipment. To encourage an interchange of opinion between members and consolidate such opinion and bring it to the attention of relevant government authorities and/or other organisations in order to safeguard the public interest, it’s members’ interests and those interests of the electrical industry as a whole and to encourage members always to strive for excellence in the quality of the product and services they offer and to instil a greater sense of responsibility and accountability whilst creating awareness of the national and international importance of the products and services they offer.

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ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION

The Electrical Contractors Association (ECA) is a trade association that represents and supports the interests of businesses and organisations involved in electrotechnical and engineering services design, installation, inspection, testing, maintenance and monitoring across Ireland.

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ELECTRICAL MANUFACTURERS AND DISTRIBUTORS ASSOCIATION OF IRELAND

The electrical manufacturers and distributors association of Ireland EMDA represents the majority of companies operating in Ireland in the electrical materials market. To qualify for membership a company must be located in Ireland, with premises personnel and stock located in the country.

Emda’s mission is to promote the business profile of its members and to provide companies who choose to do business with EMDA members, whether as customers or suppliers, with an assurance of the quality and integrity of the EMDA member.

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LIGHTING ASSOCIATION OF IRELAND

The Lighting Association Ireland (LAI) is an independent, non-profit organisation which was established in March 2014 to represent the collective views, regulatory requirements and commercial interests of all member companies and professionals engaged in all aspects of the lighting industry in Ireland. Our founding members are a group made up of representatives from the lighting industry in ROI and include Electrical Distributors, Retail Lighting Experts, Electrical Contractors, Electrical Products Producers among others.

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NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS OF IRELAND

National Electrical Contractors Ireland (NECI) was formed to provide a platform for Electrical Contractors in Ireland who had no voice when it came to talks about Pay and Conditions. In June 2008 a Steering group was set up to oversee the Formation of the new organisation. This steering group achieved all its objectives (including stopping the 5% pay increase) as mandated by those who attended the start-up meeting in Athlone. The steering group was replaced by the first National Council elected by the large attendance at the first AGM, which was held in February 2009.

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