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FG Wilson

FG Wilson

 

Celebrating Heritage and Embracing the Future

Interview with Ann Brown, Managing Director of FG Wilson

Tell us a bit about the history of FG Wilson?

We were founded in 1966 by Fred Wilson. A true entrepreneur, Fred saw opportunity for generator sets amid the economic chaos of the early 1970s, and in the 1980s, under the leadership of his son Tom, FG Wilson was among the first to bring mass-scale production to generator sets, launching self-contained generator sets which were simple to buy and operate and were easy to install. 

They say it's important to be in the right place at the right time but equally important is how you act when you see that opportunity. Both Fred and Tom had the vision and the willpower to make the most of the position they were in.

 

Finder

Finder

Finder is Europe’s leading manufacturer of relays and timers, with a worldwide sales and distribution network. The company’s product range also includes interface modules for commercial electrical installations and a comprehensive range of relay sockets and accessories for industrial and residential applications.

Furse

Furse

From design advice to innovative, solution-oriented products, Furse has the expertise, experience and excellence to provide a Total Solution to your individual lightning protection, transient overvoltage and earthing problems.

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