Business Briefs for the week of November 14, 2005

Schaedler Yesco Distribution, Schneider Electric, Bodine Electric

  • Schaedler Yesco Distribution, Inc. officially opened its 13,000-square-foot facility in State College, Penn. The facility houses more than $300,000 in inventory and is comprised of a storefront, training center, warehouse, and fully staffed office.
  • Palatine, Ill.-based Schneider Electric recently formed the Sensor Competency Center (SCC) to offer technical and application support for the sensor industry. Based in Dayton, Ohio, the SCC’s 60 staff members proved a central resource for all types and models of Hyde Park and Telemecanique sensors.
  • Chicago-based Bodine Electric Company recently announced the winner of its 100th Anniversary Oldest Motor Contest. Martin Butirich’s winning entry, a 1927 oscillating spindle sander, won both oldest Bodine product still functioning as well as oldest Bodine product submitted.
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