Electrowind is Expanding in Calgary!

July 2, 2020  |  Around the Industry

Electro-Wind Supply Inc. (Electrowind) announced on March 1st, 2020 that it has acquired CBS Electric Insulation Materials (2008) LTD. out of Calgary, Alberta, Canada in an effort to expand our reach across Canada. CBS Electric Insulation Materials LTD. is a family-owned and well-respected distributor of wire, insulation and electrical materials that has proudly served Western Canada since 1979.

Since 1983, Electrowind has served North America and global markets as a distributor and fabricator of magnet wire, electrical insulation materials, cable and test/production equipment to electric motor repair, OEM, transformer, electronics and electrical power and related markets. Electrowind is family-owned and operated and provide exceptional service and products to the industry.

With locations in Guelph, Ontario, Canada and Saint-Laurent, Quebec, Canada; Electrowind has proudly served the North America and global end users since 1983. Our focus has and continues to be supplying and stocking quality products from world-class suppliers including but not limited to 3M, DuPont (EIDCA Specialty Products Company), Megger, Superior Essex, Rea, Elantas PDG Inc., Isovolta, IRD Balancing/Lexseco, Von Roll/Dolph’s, Saint-Gobain, Delfingen, Varflex Corporation, Atkins & Pearce and Glyptal; as well as adding value-add converting and fabrication services to the products we supply.

By acquiring CBS Electric Insulation Materials (2008) LTD., Electrowind now adds a third location in Calgary, Alberta, Canada to better serve Western markets and offer more stock and selection through our distribution network. Electrowind has been waiting for the right opportunity to expand our reach and the acquisition of CBS Electric Insulation Materials LTD. provides that opportunity to not only expand with a new location, but also add a team that is knowledgeable about the products and market they serve with over 40 years of experience in the industry.

The transaction closed on March 1, 2020.

 

Author: Adam Tedesco

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