Zenith Wire & Conduit Joins IATEX 2014

Showcasing new brand and product ranges for industrial automation, Zenith Wire & Conduit, Inc. was back in the Industrial Automation Tech Expo 2014 (IATEX 2014) held last July 24 - 26, 2014 at SMX Convention Center, SM Aura, Taguig City.

Zenith Wire showcased latest development in automation solutions as it featured the newest addition to their range of high quality, reliable and durable brands - UNEX, a trusted brand from Spain.

As the latest addition in Zenith Wire’s product range, the featured attraction was the display of UNEX U23X insulating cable tray which highlights its safety advantages over metal trays. This includes higher electrical protection since there is no more need for grounding, environmental safety with its material and packaging that is 99% recyclable, systems cost reduction, very good indoor and outdoor performance due to its corrosion and chemical resistance.

UNEX insulating cable tray is designed to support full load capacity and as shown by the actual product in the display, it is aesthetically beautiful, neat and clean when installed. (Want to read more about UNEX products, click here.)

True to their thrust of providing quality solutions, Zenith Wire completed their booth showcase with the display of other product ranges complementary for industrial automation applications from trusted brands like Helukabel (control, power and motor cables), Olex (instrumentation cables), CMP (cable glands), Wiska (weatherproof boxes and cable glands) and Rose (Ex-proof enclosures).




Zenith Wire’s comeback participation in IATEX 2014, organized by the Philippine Instrumentation & Control Society (PICS) surely provided an ideal avenue for the industry to know the latest addition in the range of reliable and high quality brands for industrial automation solutions.


Engr. Salvador “Buddy” Bonifacio (center), former PICS President and IATEX 2014 Convention Chairman, together with (from left) Zenith Wire & Conduit Sr. Account Executive Peter Agbayani and Product Officer Ardy Estañol during the exhibit.