Home Market Eaton powers up with Colterlec distribution deal

Power management company Eaton has inked a long-term distribution partnership with industrial electrical distributor Colterlec that the company says will increase national availability of its electrical distribution and motor control component range.

Dan Agnew, general manager Power Distribution ANZ at Eaton, said the new partnership represented a strong commitment from both organisations to support the industrial sector “with leading electrical products that provide the best in safety, reliability and efficiency”.   

“This partnership will allow Eaton to expand nationally through Colterlec’s locations and warehouses across Australia, while leveraging its strong relationships and technical capabilities across many industries including manufacturing and mining.” 

Grant Turner, managing director at Colterlec, said the new partnership would strengthen Colterlec’s market position throughout Australia and provide new growth opportunities.

“Eaton’s product offering is world class and we look forward to working closely with the local team to deliver ongoing value to our customers, particularly electrical panel builders that require low voltage switchgear for upgrades and new builds.”

Colterlec has operations and warehouse facilities in Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong, Canberra, Perth, Adelaide and Melbourne.

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