Canadian Electrical Wholesaler

March 6, 2020

EIN electroPOD 400Do you or an expert you know have an electrical topic that requires the attention of a greater audience? Are you and your company leading innovative strides and can benefit from sharing your expertise? Have your Product Section expertise and innovation recognized as a thought leader!

Electro-Federation Canada (EFC) is currently accepting proposals for product section members to be featured in an electro|POD podcast series to promote the innovation and best practices EFC’s various Product Sections are collaborating on.

Proposals can come from individual members or small groups, with preference given to topics that reflect EFC’s core strategic initiatives and may include some of the topics listed below. The podcast series will launch in Spring 2020 and will be accessible nationwide.

The purpose of this podcast series is to keep the members of EFC, its stakeholders, partners and as well as those broadly interested in electrical products, informed and connected. This series intends to feature technical topics on electrical products that power our changing world through interviews with technical experts on (but not limited to) the following subjects:

+ AFCIs

+ EMC (Harmonics)

+ Energy Storage/Batteries/Smart cities

+ Retrofit/Infrastructure Upgrades

+ Automation/Robotics/Software

+ LVDC

+ Electric Heat Systems

+ Surge Protection Devices

+ Electric Vehicle Systems

Podcast interviews can be administered remotely or in-person as the podcast can be recorded through an online platform such as GoToMeeting. EFC anticipates each podcast will run 20-25 minutes on average.

Podcast topic proposals should be emailed to Gurvinder Chopra at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Daniela De Marco at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Proposals should include a brief abstract of the topic to be discussed, including an explanation of why the topic is relevant to EFC members, stakeholders and/or the electrical community at large. Proposals should also include the names of interviewees who will be part of the podcast and their related expertise to the topic.

EFC encourages all Product Sections to submit abstracts for consideration. This is an excellent way to further communicate innovative efforts to the full electrical community.

Click HERE to download the PDF application form now

Source

Wholesale Sales - JanuaryWholesale sales increased for a second consecutive month, up 1.8% to $65.2 billion in January. While all subsectors reported higher sales, gains were concentrated in the motor vehicle and motor vehicle parts and accessories and the miscellaneous subsectors.

In volume terms, sales grew 1.7%.

Motor vehicle and agricultural supplies industries drive higher sales in January 

Sales in the motor vehicle and motor vehicle parts subsector grew 3.0% to $11.3 billion in January. 

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