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08/23/2006 1:00 PM

How will the recent merger of Invensys Building Systems (IBS) with Schneider Electric division TAC, affect the Controls Market? The combination brings a formidable player to market, taking the Schneider Electric automation platform to a new level. The merger will provide customers with complete building solutions that include HVAC, Security, Field Devices, Fire & Safety, Lighting Control, Machine Automation and Power Monitoring and Control and provides Sales and Service offices to 500 locations across 80 countries. IBS products already offered by TAC include such known names as Barber-Colman, Com-Trol, Crysalis, Erie, DuraDrive and EconoDrive actuators and more. Will the merger change your control choices?

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