Niedax Group is a privately owned company established in 1920 by two German engineers. Alexander NIEdergesäß and Fritz AXthelm saw the rising demand for electricity and consequently set their focus on manufacturing electrical installation material.

The internationally operating NIEDAX Group with its head office in Linz am Rhein, Germany, and its more than 25 subsidiaries worldwide, is one of the leading players in the cable management industry.

For more than 90 years, NIEDAX Group has developed outstanding product knowledge and experience in industrial markets such as thermal and nuclear energy, Oil & Gas, the food industry, the automobile sector and the infrastructure sector (tunnels, environment...)

Production facilities all over the world guarantee quality at the highest international standard. Global certifications granted to our company, such as DIN ISO 9001:2008, UL (USA), GOST (Russia), ABS, CSA (Canada) etc. underscore our sustained commitment to quality.

With the strength of our main brands (Niedax, ACS and Ebo Systems) we provide a full range of metallic, aluminium and GRP/FRP cable tray systems & accessories in the Asia-Pacific region: basket, perforated, non-perforated and ladder type trays with supporting systems and specific solutions.

To increase our presence in the Asia-Pacific region, NIEDAX Group acquired ACS in Rayong / Thailand in June 2013 and is now able to offer a full range of products out of a local manufacturing facility.

1,600 highly motivated employees in 20 countries, 80 worldwide partners, 25 subsidiaries, 9 production facilities, state of the art machinery and top quality production methods are our keys to success in business.

Niedax Australia Pty Ltd. is your partner in Australia offering you all of our Group expertise from the project planning stage, development of specialized solutions to product installation. Our hands on approach combined with the flexibility and fast pace of our organization will make your project a success story.

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