Arlec Australia and Middys Electrical Join Australian Cable Initiative

by | 2 April 2024 | Media Release

Arlec Australia and Middys Electrical have joined Australian Cable Initiative, enhancing Electrical Industry collaboration.

The Australian Cable Initiative (ACI) is pleased to welcome Arlec and Middys as its newest members. Arlec, known for its innovative electrical solutions, and Middys, a leader in wholesale distribution, bring valuable expertise and dedication to the ACI community.

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For more than 75 years Arlec Australia has been bringing quality electrical products to Australian homes and commercial operations. Its focus on safety, combined with Aussie engineering and ingenuity ensures all Arlec products comply with AUS regulations.

In an ever-changing world Arlec innovates to bring customers new ideas at affordable prices, whether it be Electrical Wiring and Accessories, Lighting, Air Movement products, Work lights or the latest in Smart Home solutions. Arlec today remains proudly Australian owned and operated.

More on Middy’s Electrical:

Middy’s Electrical is Australia’s largest family owned & independent electrical wholesaler who have been supplying the electrical industry since 1928. Middy’s pride themselves on trusted long lasting relationships.

With over 100 branches nationally, Middy’s offers you more by providing solutions and specialist knowledge in home & building automation, energy efficiency solutions (such as EV technology, Smart Centre and Energy Trust), lighting, security & CCTV, data and communications, fire and rail, Tech Energy and not to mention traditional electrical & industrial products and brands.

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Their integration reinforces ACI’s commitment to fostering innovation and advancing industry standards. As ACI members, Arlec and Middys will collaborate with peers, share knowledge, and contribute to industry advancement.

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