Industrial automation firm appoints technical PR agency

CD Automation, the East Sussex based manufacturer and supplier of industrial automation equipment, has appointed Stafford technical PR agency, Stone Junction, to handle its public relations. CD Automation approached Stone Junction following word of mouth recommendations and has entrusted its media relations and blogging activity to the industrial communications specialist.

CD Automation supplies power switching, monitoring and filtering products to the industrial automation industry and has a particular focus on micro-processor based technology; pioneering the development of Thyristor Power controllers.

“A Thyristor is a semiconductor device which, when used alone acts as a one-direction switch, but when used in parallel allows current to flow in two directions,” explains Richard Stone, founder of Stone Junction. “The range of Thyristors offered here can be applied in a number of high power-output applications, up to 2600A and 690Vac,” he continues.

“This is a really interesting niche. By utilising our media contacts and technical copy writing skills we will help widen the scope of CD Automation’s reach while retaining its strong market position,” concludes Stone.

“We have always acknowledged the value of public relations in a good marketing campaign,” states Jez Watson of CD Automation. “But producing good quality, consistent PR demands a great deal of work. For this reason CD Automation has decided to outsource work that had previously been done in house.”

 “We had seen and liked the work Stone Junction had produced for some of its other clients, and with such a specific industry focus we are confident that the company’s expertise will deliver real benefit to us,” finishes Watson.
 
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Stone Junction is a cool technical PR agency based in Stafford. We work for all sorts of businesses, with a particular focus on technology, technical and engineering companies. We like being sent cake and biscuits by clients, journalists and prospects.

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