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Motion to Compel

Motion Industries makes EIS its ‘Electrical Specialties Group’ Motion Industries has officially enlisted the services of its favorite cousin. The Birmingham, Ala.-based distributor of maintenance, repair, and operation replacement parts is one of four prized subsidiaries of Genuine Parts Company (based in Atlanta). Motion has operated GPC’s industrial arm since 1976, alongside NAPA (automotive), S.P. […]

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Mergers and Acquisitions

Motion, Moley, Missouri, and more Recent activity merits an update on the business front of the electromechanical and manufacturing industries. If you’re allergic to links, please back away from the screen carefully or proceed at your own risk. Moley Magnetics has seen rapid growth from its origins as an electric motor repair shop in 1991. […]

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EIS acquires Insulation and Wires

EIS, Inc., an Atlanta distributor of process materials and specialty wire and cable and a wholly owned subsidiary of Genuine Parts Company, announced today that it has acquired the assets of Insulation and Wires, Inc. (IWI), based in Oklahoma City, Okla.  IWI distributes and fabricates process materials used in electrical OEM, motor repair, and energy markets […]

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EIS acquires the assets of Electro-Wire

EIS, Inc. a wholly owned subsidiary of Genuine Parts Company and a distributor of process materials, production supplies, and specialty wire and cable, has acquired the assets of Electro-Wire, Inc. Based in Schaumburg, Ill., Electro-Wire is a distributor of wire and cable products serving the telecom, transit, military, and wireless markets in North America. The company […]

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Fabrico creates forum to discuss flexible materials and adhesives

Fabrico, a Kennesaw, Ga.-based division of EIS, has launched the FabricoForum at http://www.fabricoforum.com. The forum was started in hopes of providing a focal point for peer discussion on topics of interest to design engineers and manufacturers who face challenges involving flexible materials and adhesives in their projects. Initial topics include a discussion on medical grade […]

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