MINNEAPOLIS, October 20, 2016
Engineered Products Company (EPCO), a supplier of specialty lighting and wiring consumable products for electrical contractors, today announced that Synergy Electrical Sales, recognizing that continued growth and success is dependent upon their ability to deliver excellent products and services, is now representing Engineered Products Company’s complete product line in Eastern Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey and Delaware.
“We are always looking for innovative lighting and energy products that complement our strengths,” said Synergy Electrical Sales Principal Lawrence Rodger. “High quality is the standard for everything we do and partnering with EPCO just makes sense.”
Engineered Products Company has a 40+-year commitment to providing distributors and contractors with new and retrofit illumination systems that meet or exceed industry standards. Products like the motion-sensing LED closet luminaire offers great savings with an operating cost of .28 cents per year.
“Synergy’s focus on new energy-efficient lighting and lighting retrofit projects is well aligned with our vision,” said Engineered Products Company President Jack Schuster. “The team is frequently acknowledged with industry awards and boasts an incredibly strong relationship with NEMRA, which demonstrates their commitment to the electrical industry. We’re happy to have them on board.”
Engineered Products Company supplies electrical distributors with specialty lighting, lighting accessories, and wiring solutions that address a wide range of standard and unique applications. EPCO’s durable, reliable products, high fill rate, on-time delivery, and no-risk purchase terms optimize distributor cash flow and profit margins on the consumable products electricians use for commercial, industrial, agricultural and residential buildings. Known for its exceptional customer service, as well as sales representatives who are the most knowledgeable in the electrical industry, the Minneapolis-based company offers multiple configurations of products to meet a broad variety of building applications. Follow the company on Twitter @EPCO1976 or subscribe to the EPCO blog.