Becker has merged with Wholesale mining supply as of Feb 3 2022. This move is set to help both companies increase resources and capabilities. The merger also provides Becker a local knowledge base and access to the Wholesale’s diverse distributor base.
The same level of customer and technical service will be available post-merger. The office locations and staff will also be maintained by BWMS. They will however expand their technical assistance and engineering teams to best serve operations.
The companies have been working together for some time now, as Wholesale is a distributor for Becker products. This merger just solidifies the relationship and will no doubt lead to many more years of success.
Current office locations and staff will also be maintained, though BWMS will expand its technical assistance and engineering teams to best serve operations.
Becker Wholesale Mine Supply’s existing distributor network will remain in place post-merger; these companies include Delta Electric, Carroll Engineering, Industrial Mine Supply, Wallace Electric, HC Global and Mine Systems.
This is a big move for both companies that is sure to help them grow in the future. We are excited to see what this new partnership will bring! Having these two companies together will no doubt expand the capabilities of both facilities and ensure that Becker mining can continue to offer improved customer service throughout the world.
We are excited to share the news of this merger and we are proud to join with Wholesale Mining Supply to offer our products and their products to new markets. Using our local knowledge base and the product base of Wholesale Mining Supply, we can offer the best in support for new and old customers we work with.
If you would like to learn any more about our new merger, contact us today.
This post was written by Justin Tidd, Director at Becker Mining Communications! For over 15 years, Becker Communications has been the industry’s leader in increasingly more sophisticated electrical mining communication systems. As they expanded into surface mining, railroads, and tunneling they added wireless communication systems, handheld radios, tagging and tracking systems, as well as gas monitoring.