Meet the Divisions ofBORDER STATES
Our company, Border States, began in 1952 as Thompson-Stolee Company, Inc. Since then, we’ve grown organically and through mergers and acquisitions with exceptional companies.
These connections have helped us become the company we are today: Border States. We’ve built a solid foundation to provide quality products, services and solutions. The goal is clear: Provide supply chain solutions for electrical contractors; industrial operations; and power, natural gas and telco utilities.
SHEALY ELECTRICAL WHOLESALERS, A DIVISION OF BORDER STATES
Shealy has 17 branches in North and South Carolina, and it became a division of Border States in August 2016.
- North Augusta
ADDITIONAL MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS
We have a history of growth through mergers and acquisitions. These connections helped us gain industry knowledge, grow our product expertise and fulfill our customers’ needs.
Our company has become a source of incredibly talented people and great companies. These companies no longer operate under these names—they do business as Border States.
2016Shealy Electrical Wholesalers
2013Electrical Wholesale SupplyUtiliCor
2007Minnesota Electric Supply
2006Nunn Electric Supply
2004Bates & Associates
2000Electro Service Center
1998Gorman-Bruce Electric Supply
Gorman de Mexico, S.A. de C.V.
Gorman de Chihuahua, S.A. de C.V.
1994J.E. Redmond Supply
1992Sterling Electric Supply
1990Korber Electric Supply
1986Heritage Electric Supply
1961Northwest Electric Supply
EXCELLENCE CONNECTS WITH DIVISIONS OF BORDER STATES
For more than 60 years, we’ve delivered innovative products and supply chain solutions to the construction, industrial and utility industries. And the core values from our very beginning have always stayed the same: We make customers our primary focus.
Our solutions and services—rooted in deep expertise and industry diversity—make us a powerful supply chain partner for businesses across a broad, growing customer base. Are you ready to partner with an industry leader and start delivering more revenue to your bottom line?