2017 was a year many would wish to forget. But experts suggest that 2018 will be anything but boring for the infrastructure industry.
Infrastructure companies have never been far from the headlines in recent times. The collapse of Carillion has demonstrated that there is fragility in the system, especially in the uncertain climate that currently exists due to Brexit. The cancellation of several rail electrification projects in South Wales, the Midlands and the Lake District has added to the sense of unease.
However, the success of Bombardier in the US courts this week has been good news for the UK aerospace industry. For companies like Total Connections, who supply customised electrical terminals throughout the rail and aerospace sectors, such successes are very welcome. Add to that the speculation concerning potential bridges over the English Channel and between Northern Ireland and Scotland, and the theme of interesting stories relating to infrastructure projects continues unabated.
However, the predictions for this sector remain very upbeat. In fact, infrastructure remains the sector that is expected to grow most in the next few years. The upturn in the world economy supports the contention that things are likely to get better and better for companies who supply this important part of the world economy. As a manufacturer of customised electrical terminals, Total Connections is geared up to service this important market as it continues to grow.
Our customised electrical terminals are manufactured to the requirements and specifications of our customers and are designed to operate in situations where standard electrical terminals are not sufficient. Our in-house design team ensures that our customised electrical terminals are made to the highest standards of quality. For more information about our bespoke design capabilities, contact the design team by clicking here. Alternatively, you can speak to the Total Connections team by phoning +44 (0)1249 812707.