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Eaton to acquire Wright Line

Eaton to acquire Wright Line

Power management company Eaton Corporation has agreed to acquire Wright Line Holding, with transaction terms undisclosed.

US-based Wright Line provides enclosures, racks and air flow management systems. It has more than 350 staff.

“Combining Wright Line’s strong enclosure and air management portfolio along with Eaton’s market leading UPS and power distribution offerings creates a strong solution to help our customers deal with the challenges associated with energy efficiency, thermal management and capital deployment," says Eaton's electrical sector Americas region president Jerry Whitaker.

Eaton has about 70,000 employees and sells in more than 150 countries.


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