Business Briefs for the Week of Oct. 12, 2009

Lutron Electronics, WAGO Corp., Brady Worldwide

  • Lutron Electronics Co. recently announced the settlement of its International Trade Commission complaint against Neptun Light. The complaint contained allegations that Neptun dimmers infringed a Lutron patent relating to Lutron’s lighting control products.

  • In September, WAGO Corp. marked 30 years of innovation in North America. Established 1979 in a small suburban Milwaukee office by one employee, WAGO operates out of a 75,000 sq-ft manufacturing complex in Germantown, Wis.

  • Brady Worldwide recently launched a new array of tech support services and product protection plans. With the addition of Brady 360 Professional Tech Support Service and two new Brady 360 Printer Protection & Care Plans, Brady now offers its customers an array of high-quality printers; high-performance label materials; and advanced service, support, and expertise to keep their label printers in working condition.

  • Graybar is enhancing its presence in New Jersey and New York to position itself for growth and to better serve area customers. Graybar will open a full-service logistics center in Carteret, N.J., to serve as the primary shipping location for the New York and New Jersey area.

  • On October 1, TAC became the Buildings Business of Schneider Electric.

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