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ESL merges with sister company

ESL Power Systems and Electrical Systems Ltd. have merged
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California-based ESL Power Systems, Inc., which manufactures reefer plugs and receptacles and other electrical equipment, has merged with Electrical Systems Ltd., a control panel builder focused on the Southern California region, effective January 1st, 2016.

“For nearly 25 years, both companies have shared the same ownership and facilities, but have operated as independent businesses. The companies have regularly collaborated and tapped into each other’s expertise in their respective fields to ensure that customer expectations are exceeded. This merger is expected to strengthen ESL’s position in all the markets served. In addition, the blending of the teams will result in greater internal efficiencies and capabilities.

“ESL will continue to provide the same products and services that have been traditionally offered by the individual companies. Customers should rest assured they will continue to receive the high quality products and exceptional service that have characterized both companies since their inception” ESL said in a statement.

The merged companies will conduct business jointly as “ESL Power Systems, Inc.” (ESL).

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