Published 01-07-2021
| Article appears in August 2021 Issue

Control Logic celebrates 40 years in business 

29-06-2021
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In 1981, two electricians set out to create a company with quick access to high-quality products, with a unique focus on premium customer service and support. Today, Control Logic is one of Australia’s most awarded and respected companies in the industrial, electrical, and communications space, providing value-add distribution and technical support of more than 30 global brands.

As technology evolves, so does the requirement for increased engineering support. Control Logic leads the way with a dedicated technical support team and services including power factor correction and TUV-certified machine safety audits, cyber security and IOT industrial communications advice, as well as delivering vendor-endorsed technical training across industrial automation, communications, IOT and SCADA.

In late 2020, Control Logic was acquired by the IPD Group, a privately owned Australian company with a proud 70-year history in the electrical industry. With the backing of the IPD Group, Control Logic says it will continue to evolve, innovate and grow its level of offerings, service and support it’s been known for over the past 40 years. 

Control Logic says it would like to give a big thank you to its loyal customers for their continued support and business. 

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