Electrical Business


Eaton acquiring CopperLogic

September 29, 2010 | By Anthony Capkun

{mosimage}Eaton Corp. has agreed to acquire CopperLogic Inc., a manufacturer of electrical and electromechanical systems. Terms of the deal, which are subject to customary closing conditions, were not disclosed.

“We are excited to be combining CopperLogic’s go-to-market efforts with
Eaton’s,” said Jerry R. Whitaker, president-Americas Region, Electrical
Sector. “This will help us better support the way machinery original
equipment manufacturers and other customers obtain industry-leading
Moeller series components in North America.” This acquisition, continued
Whitaker, positions Eaton as a more complete partner to machinery
original equipment manufacturers and will further enhance Eaton’s sales
organization and channels focused on the control, components and
automation markets. “The acquisition of CopperLogic will also bring a
portfolio of IEC, CSA and UL assemblies to Eaton.”

CopperLogic has facilities in Canada and the States, with headquarters
in Houston, Texas, and Mississauga, Ont. The company employs about 170
people and had sales of about $35 million during the last 12 months.

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