• Electrical India
  • May 28, 2018

Power Products Acquires King Innovation

King Innovation will become part of Power Products’ Electrical Construction and Maintenance Division (ECM)…


 Power Products, LLC announces its acquisition of King Innovation. Based in O’Fallon, Missouri, King Innovation is a recognized leader in the design and manufacture of innovative construction grade products for the irrigation, electrical, gas utility and landscape lighting markets. King Innovation will become part of Power Products’ Electrical Construction and Maintenance Division (ECM).

  “The acquisition of King provides us with a broad offering of innovative and proprietary products and supports our strategic initiative to grow rapidly in the electrical channel and expand into adjacent channels. We are very excited to welcome King’s management and employees to the Power Products family,” said David Scheer, CEO Power Products. Mike Masino, President of the ECM Division, added, “The acquisition of King is a great addition to the ECM Division, and combined with Gardner Bender, Sperry Instruments, Bergen Industries, and Calterm, creates a unique strategic platform for our distributor, retailer, and catalog partners. Furthermore, King’s industry leading range of products expands our electrical category providing further value to our end-user customers in the commercial, residential, and industrial markets.”

  Herb King, CEO, King Innovation, commented, “I am very enthusiastic about King Innovation becoming part of the global power products family. King’s full line of DryConn waterproof and dry location connectors and other products for the contractor and DIY markets will benefit greatly from Power Products’ broad channel access. By combining resources of both companies to accelerate innovative new product development, I am very excited about future growth opportunities for King.” King Innovation will continue to operate its R&D, manufacturing, and all customer support functions from its headquarters in O’Fallon, Missouri under the direction of Frank Vlasaty, President.