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Border States Electric branches in Tennessee have operated, until
recently, under the trade names Harris Electric Supply and UtiliCor.
April 1, all Harris Electric Supply and UtiliCor branches changed their
name to Border States Electric.
Steve Thiel has won the 2013 Titus B. Schmid Founders
Award of Excellence Award. The account manager is only the second person to receive the honor twice in its history.
The Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC) is pleased to announce that
FLIR Systems, Inc. will join its community of industry partners as a
Bronze Partner. FLIR offers the widest selection of infrared cameras for
everyone from beginners to professionals.
KPS Capital Partners announced today that, through a newly
formed affiliate, it has entered into definitive agreements to acquire
Electrical Components International, Inc. and its affiliates. Completion of the transaction is expected during the second quarter of 2014.
With a longstanding, successful career in sales, marketing, management
and forecasting, Bill Dunn brings more than 20 years of experience to
The effort by Graybar employees, manufacturers and customers helped military families and served as a preview for the company's national training conference.
Brian DiBella has been appointed to the position of President of its Electrical Wiring Systems division. DiBella joined the company in 2004 serving as the Chief Information
Officer and most recently served as General Manager of Wiremold.
Crescent Electric and Everlast Lighting team up to complete the project. EverLast Lighting exceeds specification standards, and is used in facility lighting upgrade.
In this new executive leadership role, Schadler will lead Omni Cable's
Human Resource Department and partner with the Senior Leadership Team to
align human resource objectives with the company's strategic
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