- CyrusOne, Houston, recently selected Lee Technologies, Inc., Fairfax, Va., to build-out the expansion of CyrusOne's 60,000 square-foot Tier 4 enterprise data center. Located within the technology campus, the new high-density facility is designed from the ground-up to provide 250W of power per square foot to support the demands of the blade servers.
- GE Consumer & Industrial's GELcore LLC, has changed its name to Lumination LLC. "Our name change emphasizes an important element of our growth strategy," says David Elien, president, Lumination, Valleyview, Ohio.
- Fort Smith, Ark.-based Baldor Electric Co. recently completed the acquisition of Power Systems, Greenville, S.C., a division of Rockwell Automation. Power Systems comprised Dodge mechanical power transmission products and Reliance Electric motors.
- Langhorne, Pa.-based E-Mon was sold by Hunt Power, L.P. to the E-Mon management team backed by private equity investor Branford Castle, Inc. The sale marks the return of Don Millstein, president of E-Mon from 1991-2004.
- Kansas City, Mo.-based Milbank Manufacturing Co. recently appointed three new representative agencies: Young & Champagne Co., Detroit; Lakeshore Electrical Sales, Inc., Bayside, Wis.; and Callas/Kingsley Electrical Sales, Inc., Wood Dale, Ill. Through a national network of manufacturer’s representatives Milbank provide wholesale electrical distributors with electrical products for the utility, contractor, industrial, and OEM markets.
Business Briefs for the Week of March 5, 2007
Lee Technologies, Lumination, Baldor