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Needham Electric Supply opens New Hampshire branch

Needham Electric Supply, Canton, Mass., has opened its ninth branch in New Hampshire. The new Hudson location at 13 Hampshire Drive is a full-service branch including a 1,500-sq.-ft. counter and 5,000-sq-ft. warehouse.

Needham Electric Supply, Canton, Mass., has opened its ninth branch in New Hampshire. The new Hudson location at 13 Hampshire Drive is a full-service branch including a 1,500-sq.-ft. counter and 5,000-sq.-ft. warehouse.

Walter Mycroft, who joined Needham Electric in Oct.  2012 and has 20-plus years of experience in the industry, has been named district manager. He will manage the day-to-day sales and operations as well as expanding the company’s footprint in southern New Hampshire.

“Southern New Hampshire is a target growth area for us, so we are very excited to open our new branch and to have someone of Walter’s caliber and years of experience leading our efforts in this region,” said Gregory Wilson, president of Needham Electric Supply, in a press release. “Customers will have access to our expert lighting and switchgear projects group, $12 million in inventory at our distribution center, 24-hour emergency services, and a fleet of 10 trucks as well as vans at branch locations for local deliveries.”

With the recent acquisition of Laconia Electric, a six-branch distributor in New Hampshire, Needham Electric has grown to 25 locations in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont.

 

 

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