Mita, now Schneider Electric, is a specialist in the development, manufacture and production of cable management systems and industrial support products. We offer solutions for everybody from specifiers and distributors to installers and end users.
History of Mita
1980 MITA is established with directors and senior management, who have many years experience in the plastic conduit and trunking industry. The manufacturing operation is set up in Flint, whilst the company’s head office and sales administration are based in Abergele, Clwyd.
1989 MITA establishes a new division, MITA PowerComponents. This division is set up to specialise in industrial cable support products with particular emphasis on harsh and corrosive environments. MITA PowerComponents has become widely recognised as the leading manufacturer of non-metallic cable ladders, trays, ducts and support channels.
1995 Product range extends with the formation of two new product divisions: MITA Wired Systems, formed in conjunction with the world leaders in wire cable tray systems, Metal Deploye SA of France.
1996 Grawater Limited is acquired by MITA. Grawater manufactured a unique range of patented mini trunking that can be supplied in coiled form and also a range of flexible conduits.
1999 MITA is acquired by the Lexel Group, part of Schneider Electric.
2001 Cable management systems from sister company Thorsman are integrated into MITA, enabling an offer of the widest choice of innovative and exciting cable management products to the electrical market.
2003 MITA consolidates product divisions to establish a single brand and creates commercial, industrial and project sales teams.
2006 2007 MITA re-enters the wire tray market with the launch of aemsa Wire Cable Tray. The inclsion of aemsa into MITA’s product portfolio strengthens its reputation as a ‘one-stop shop’ supplier of quality cable management solutions.
2009 Mita products, services and solutions migrated to the Schneider Electric brand as its Cable management offer.