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Glasgow, Scotland-based MLS UK Ltd., a control engineering firm that serves the wind energy and tidal power industries, has changed its name to StrathControl.

The company says the new name more accurately reflects its renewed focus on control engineering products and services for the renewable energy industry, and is designed to underline its origins as a Strathclyde University spin-off.

Over the next several weeks, all future business activity will be transferred to the new name. The company will continue to operate in its current structure and location, and contacts and telephone numbers will remain unchanged.





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