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United Electric Supply to Merge With Kovalsky-Carr Electric Supply

Wilmington, Delaware-based United Electric Supply has entered into a merger agreement with Kovalsky-Carr Electric Company based in Rochester, New York with expertise in the residential, commercial, and industrial industries.

Kovalsky-Carr will continue to operate as an independent distributor, a subsidiary of United Electric Supply Co. and service their existing customers with a focused effort on expansion in Rochester and the surrounding area.

“Being part of United Electric and their ESOP (Employee Stock Ownership Plan) will support our long-term goal to invest in our associates and expand our business,” said Arnold Kovalsky, President, Kovalsky-Carr Electric Supply. “Our two companies share a philosophy and culture that focuses on our customers’ success.”

George Vorwick, President & CEO, United Electric Supply, added, “The merger of Kovalsky-Carr and United Electric begins to fulfill our long-term objective to become a multi-regional distributor supporting independent operating brands. This is an opportunity for us to leverage our investments in our employee value proposition and career development to aggressively expand our business outside of our existing footprint. We are pleased Arnold and Larry chose our company to realize their vision to become an employee-owned organization.”

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