The Curtiss-Wright Controls Industrial (www.cwc-ind.com) business unit is formed from a group of established specialist companies who are experts in the design, testing, manufacture and marketing of a range of components and systems for the safe and reliable operation and control of mobile and static machinery - especially advanced electric-powered vehicles, heavy trucks, buses, off-road and military vehicles and motorsport. Penny & Giles Controls (www.pennyandgiles.com)Delivers rugged component level solutions using the latest non-contact sensing technologies, and specializes in rotary, linear and tilt position sensors; joysticks; solenoid actuators and associated electronic signal conditioning. The business was first established in 1956 and pioneered aerospace sensing and data recording technologies with a reputation for quality, performance and reliability. The aerospace business continues today within other Curtiss-Wright business units. The company joined Curtiss-Wright in 2002. PG Drives Technology (www.pgdt.com)Delivers rugged subsystem solutions including programmable controllers and drives used in a wide variety of advanced electric-powered vehicles such as forklifts, pallet loaders, mobility scooters and wheelchairs, serving the industrial and medical markets. These products deliver precise variable power from batteries to electric drive motors, and are fully programmable to suit various motor profiles, voltages and power levels. The business was first established in 1976 and was originally part of the Penny & Giles group of companies. The company joined Curtiss-Wright in 2012. Williams Controls (www.wmco.com)Delivers rugged component level solutions and is a leading designer and manufacturer of highly-engineered electronic sensors and electronic throttle controls for heavy trucks, off-road equipment, and buses. The business was first established in 1937 and pioneered the development of the first electronic throttle control for large diesel engines, quickly becoming the world leader in the design and manufacture of electronic throttle controls for trucks and buses. The company joined Curtiss-Wright in 2012. Further information is available from the Curtiss-Wright Controls Industrial website (www.cwc-ind.com) or by calling +44 (0)1425 271444.