Latin America has proven to be a booming region for Tait with several prominent utilities putting their trust in reliable Tait solutions recently.
Responsible for the transmission of 30 per cent of the electricity produced in Brazil, CTEEP - Companhia de Transmissão de Energia Elétrica Paulista is the country's largest private power transmission company with over 11,500 miles of circuits and 102 substations across the state of Sao Paulo alone.
CTEEP looked to Tait to provide the 69-site network, along with Tait dispatch console sites and vehicular terminals. Having just installed further sites and having received delivery of more Tait terminals, CTEEP recognizes Tait as a trusted, reliable and open-standard supplier of radio solutions.
Engineers from CTEEP visited the Tait campus in Christchurch, New Zealand in January for Factory Acceptance Testing and training on APCO P25 digital radio equipment. The engineers were exceedingly impressed with Tait's first-rate training, manufacturing, development, system integration, staff and Global Support facilities in New Zealand.
Similarly, Uruguay’s leading utility UTE (Administracion Nacional de Usinas Trasmisiones Electricas) visited Tait Headquarters for training on the latest MPT 1327 technology functionalities and left even more confident in Tait's ability to deliver world class and fully supported open standard systems.