A logical expansion

A logical expansion

Building management solutions provider Automated Logic has acquired Logical Electrical Solutions and Logical Service Solutions (collectively “Logical Electrical and Service Solutions”), the independent Automated Logic controls contractor operating in the Australian Capital Territory. Automated Logic is a part of Carrier Global Corporation, a global provider of building and cold chain solutions. 

The acquisition expands Automated Logic’s footprint in building automation and controls in Australia. The company notes that Logical Electrical and Service Solutions is a leading solutions provider of automated building controls, and is at the forefront of integrated, cost-effective building energy solutions to make buildings run smarter, more efficiently, and economically using building management system services. Logical Electrical & Service Solutions will operate as part of Automated Logic Australia. 

“We are pleased to have Logical Electrical and Service Solutions join the Carrier team,” says Karl Mahoney, managing director, Carrier Commercial HVAC Australia. “This acquisition is aligned with our growth strategy and complements the strengths of our products and services with Logical Electrical & Service Solutions’ strong, local presence and expertise in building management system services to deliver complete building automation solutions to customers.” 

Go to www.automatedlogic.com 

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This article appears in ecolibrium’s may 2023 issue

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