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ECABC Board Meeting, Vancouver, CA
ELECTRI President Russ Alessi attended the ECABC Board Meeting in Vancouver, Canada, on November 16, 2012, providing a presentation concerning ELECTRI International. This was ECABC's annual industry meeting.
Donwload ELECTRI International Presentation (PPT)
NECA International Meeting, Las Vegas, NV
International companies held a special briefing during the NECA Convention in Las Vegas, September 30, 2012, to learn more about cross-border happenings in the electrical industry and to network with colleagues from around the world.
Russ Alessi, NECA’s Executive Director of International Development, welcomed participants, especially new NECA members RGTS Power Systems from Saudi Arabia and Olea Controls from Mexico. Alessi noted that NECA now has 67 international members from 15 countries with Canada at the forefront with 39 companies that have joined NECA.
In addition to individual international members, NECA now has 11 International Chapters: one each in Bermuda, Canada, Honduras, and Korea. Mexico has three NECA Chapters and Australia hosts four.
Attendees had the opportunity to learn more about the state of electrical construction through a series of industry reports. The presentations can be downloaded here:
Industry Report Australia, Oliver Judd, Executive Director, NECA New South Wales Chapter, Australia
Industry Report Honduras, Charles H. George, Governor, NECA ACEH Honduras
MEXICO National Electrical Contractors UNCE Report, Ivan Malo, President, UNCE Mexico
Report on the ELECTRI International Student Service Project, Belize, Thomas E. Glavinich, University of Kansas