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Hima-Sella in triple celebration

24 February 2009

Hima-Sella celebrated its 35th birthday, announcing two contracts worth millions of pounds. The safety, control and automation specialist says it is defying the global economic downturn.

Hima Sella's longest standing staff
Hima Sella's longest standing staff

The first contract is for HIMax, a HIMA safety programmable logic controller being distributed exclusively in the UK by Hima-Sella and a patented technology that designed for uninterrupted system operation.

Metronet Rail SSL has also awarded Hima-Sella a multi-million pound contract to fit Tracklink III, its unique selective door opening and correct side door enabling system to 191 new tube trains over a five-year period. Hima-Sella exhibits Tracklink III at Railtex 2009, in March.

Ian Wright, managing director said despite the current recession ‘this is anything but a financial low point for us’.

Photo: Seven longest-serving staff at Hima-Sella: Back row left to right: Peter Behan, Rob Marsden, Paul Shaw and Dave Brown. Front row left to right: Nigel Banner, Debbie Hind and Tony Hibbert.

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