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Oklahoma Lawmaker Wants to Give Remanufacturers a Tax Break

State Representative Joe Dorman says he plans to file legislation that would give a tax break to companies that take a waste product and turn it into a new, usable product...Read More  


Electrical Distributors Quietly Optimistic About 2012

A Q4 study by Electrical Wholesaling magazine revealed that electrical distributors don't expect profits to soar in 2012, but they are quietly optimistic about this year...Read More 


How Profitable Is Your Electrical Business, Really?

Gross margin or by transaction? Are all transaction costs created equal? Learn what the leading electrical business consultants say is the best way to weather tough times and make sure you're still standing when the dust settles...Read More 

Remanufacturers Attracting Investors in Tough Economic Times
Some sectors and businesses have been more resilient than others to the economic crisis. But has the recession actually been a driver of growth for any? Apparently so - and they're fast gaining investor attention...Read More

Electrical Safety Pioneer Gives "State of Electrical Safety" Keynote Presentation

For more than 26 years, Lanny Floyd has challenged the status quo of electrical safety in the workplace. He has advanced the application of human-factors engineering, electrical technology, and safety management in preventing occupational electrical injuries. Floyd, principal consultant, electrical safety & technology at DuPont, will deliver the keynote address at the Professional Electrical Apparatus Recyclers League (PEARL) 2012 Electrical Safety, Reliability and Sustainability Conference & Exhibition...Read More

Buckeye Bullet
Nigel McQuin will discuss his work on the Buckeye Bullet II, the world's fastest electric car.

Electrical Safety, Standards and Life Extension Take Center Stage at Electrical Safety, Reliability and Sustainability Conference & Exhibition

The conference, held May 5-7, 2012, at the Sheraton Station Square Hotel in Pittsburgh, brings together electrical design, reconditioning, and sustainability experts for two days of technical presentations, along with a dual-track electrical training program focused on reconditioning, maintenance and testing of low-voltage circuit breakers and medium-voltage contactors...Read More.  


Do you sell transformers?  Here's the easy way to increase your sales. 

PEARL Directors at 2012 Spring Board Meeting 
PEARL's Board of Directors recently met in Las Vegas during the spring face-to-face board of directors' meeting.
PEARL Member News

ABB Contactor Replacement Kits ABB EH Series After-Market Direct Replacement
The Motor Control Center offers high quality ABB EH Series after market (direct replacement) contactor replacement kits and contactors...Read More

Video: Voyten Electric Adds eCommerce Capability to Growing Business
Voyten Electric is an excellent example of a company that saw an e-store as an opportunity of which competitors in their market were not taking advantage...Read More

Shermco Industries Hires David Hooven for Senior Account Manager
Shermco Industries has recently added to their field arsenal with the hiring of David Hooven. David brings over 30 years of electrical field-related experience to Shermco...Read More

ROMAC PCI Builds MV Switchgear for Prescott Solar Power Plant in 8 Weeks
"The job had a killer schedule, but ROMAC PCI rose to the challenge in great fashion," says Karl Dellinger, Industrial Division Manager for Wilson Electric Services Corp. (Tucson, AZ), lead electrical contractor and project manager for the Prescott Solar Power Plant project...Read More 
Issue: 35, Feb. 2012
In This Issue
Remanufacturing, Tax Breaks, and Investor Interest; How Profitable Are You?; State of Electrical Safety
How fast can an electric car go? Try 314+ mph
PEARL Member News
Lineal Recruiting January 2012
PEARL 2012 Conference
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