COMPANY

Arcteq designs, markets, sells and supports protection relays, arc flash protection systems and measuring and monitoring equipment for electrical utility as well as traditional and renewable power generation for industrial, off-shore, marine, institutional and commercial users. Our headquarters are located at Vaasa Science Park – close to the University of Vaasa and right in the heart of the Finnish power engineering centre. Arcteq products are developed and supported by precision inherited from decades of work and various protection relay platforms worth of experience. We are proud to continue building on this long tradition of Finnish protection relay design.

Along with high quality products we are committed to provide industry leading support and service to our customers.

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Quality policy



Arcteq is committed to provide top quality products and support to its customers. The company quality policy ensures that:

- All company products shall meet or exceed the IEC 60255 standard for protection relays. Additionally, local market legislations and requirements shall be followed as applicable.

- Internal company processes are continuously developed in order to achieve the highest level of customer satisfaction.

- Company top management and staff are committed to the ISO 9001:2008 quality standard.

- Company top management is committed to provide open communication of customer requirements and feedback and other relevant information in order to secure and maintain a customer oriented company attitude.

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Headquartered in Vaasa, Finland, and with research and development centres in Finland and Poland, Arcteq has established a world wide presence through local offices and a partner network.

Today Arcteq is present on all continents, in more than 40 countries. Our products protect power systems throughout Europe, North and South America, Asia Pacific, Middle-East and Africa. Our world wide installed base extends to electric utility substations, power plants, oil and gas facilities, mining applications, steel mills and offshore drilling rigs, among other critical power system protection applications.