AS a few pointers as I mentioned in another post, it pays to draw a schematic in ladder form, I have included a fairly complex one as an example of a Cincinnati mill I retrofitted.
It is a bit more work, but it is easier to spot mistakes and to really be able to design the system properly.
In North American and UK the way is to draw the power lines vertically on the right and left hand side of the page, and progress from left to right.
In Continental Europe they draw the power bus top and bottom and progress top down.
With a simple drawing you can get away with physical layout as you have done, but once you start marrying different systems together it can get messy and very hard to follow & prone to error.
(I think the pdf came out ok)