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AME Electrical has a new owner

Media release: AME Electrical Wanganui

July 22, 2014


AME Electrical has a new owner – it's staying local and it's still business as usual.

Simon Brown, a Wanganui-based professional electrician, is pleased to announce the acquisition of local business AME Electrical.

“AME Electrical's a well-known name in Wanganui. I'm thrilled to be part of and continue what they've had going for many years,” says new AME Electrical owner Simon Brown.

“Acquisitions are now a reality of the modern-day commercial environment. AME Electrical's been a household name around here since 2000. To have it continue operating under local ownership is definitely a good thing.

“Effectively, we're continuing the momentum that was built up before. There's still a great thing going here at AME Electrical so it's very much business as usual,” says Mr Brown.

AME Electrical specialises in a wide range of both domestic and commercial work such as:

- Domestic and commercial wiring;
- Heat pumps;
- Entertainment systems;
- CCTV systems;
- Automatic gates;
- Appliance testing;
- FreeView TV;
- Advanced ventilation and lots more.

“No job's ever the same in the electrical world. At AME Electrical, our commitment to customers is one of professionalism, best-practice and ensuring every customer's individual needs are seen to.

“Simply put, we're about being the best we can. Our vision is: 'To be the leader in providing comprehensive solutions to help our customers take advantage of their opportunities,'” says Mr Brown.

Simon Brown, a registered EWRB electrician, has lived and worked in Wanganui almost all his life. Simon is a well-established tradesman in the area, having previously operated under the name Sound Electrical.

For service you can trust for jobs big and small, get in touch with AME Electrical today.

A full range of AME Electrical's services is available at www.amelectrical.co.nz or by calling 0800 777 798.

ENDS

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