COMPANY DEPARTMENTS ADMINISTRATOR OFFICES Essential the company's backbone, the administration offices are staffed by highly-trained, greatly-experienced people with loads of patience and persistence. The department also includes the Board of Directors, the Accounting Office, the Secretariat, the Accounting Department and the Traffic Office. RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT Each standardised or prototype electrical application, as well as the equipment that will be used during each project are researched and designed by experienced electricians, engineers and designers, who are also responsible for checking the project's unhindered progress LOW VOLTAGE FIELDS All kinds of L.V. switchboards are manufactured and assembled in this department. This is also where the Automation Department is to be found. MEDIUM VOLTAGE This is where the most important switchboards are manufactured and assembled; M.V. switchboards can rise up to 20 KV rated voltage. SUBSTATION Compact substations constitute the electro-mechanical end product of the most demanding orders. This is where the compact substation enclosures (kiosks) are constructed and subsequently equipped with L.V. and M.V. switchboards, which have been manufactured in the previous departments. SELLEZET LIGHTNING Sellezet lighting covers a wide range of professional and industrial uses. The products include indoor and outdoor installations, lights for ceilings and false-ceilings, industrial high bay pendant fittings, fixtures and street luminaires. μETAL CONSTRUCTION Steel sheet, the prime material of this production line, is cut by hydraulic shears and then shaped by 15-100 ton hydraulic presses. Subsequently, steel sheets will be modelled edgebanders and, finally, will be forwarded to the dyeing department. DYE HOUSE This modern unit is where the switchboards' dyeing is taking place. The initial purification processes include degreasing, phosphating, rinsing and passivation. What follows is the electrostatic polyester powder coating at 180o C. WAREHOUSE This department includes both the warehouse accommodating the electrical equipment employed in switchboards' assembly and the one used for finished products that are ready for sale. Both warehouses are organised on the basis of a fully computerised system.