IPD Group acquires Control Logic

IPD Group Limited

Monday, 28 September, 2020

IPD Group acquires Control Logic

IPD Group has announced that it has acquired Control Logic Pty Ltd. Active from 1 October, the announcement says that it “brings together two industry-leading businesses to create an entity that can now provide a complete end-to-end solution for existing and future customers nationally”.

“The recent acquisition of Control Logic provides IPD customers with a wider range of industrial electrical and automation products and solutions,” said Michael Sainsbury, Chief Executive Officer, IPD. “The two businesses have a very compatible culture and dedication to delivering quality outcomes for all customers. This acquisition follows the recent addition of ABB products and means IPD customers can now engage with a single supplier for more solutions.”

With nearly 40 years’ experience as a leading supplier of industrial, electrical and automation products, services and solutions, Control Logic attributes much of its success to long-term customer relationships.

“When looking for a future business partner, high-quality service and a strong customer focus was very important to Control Logic,” commented Michael Bacon, General Manager, Control Logic. “And, as a family-owned business, it was also a priority to partner with an Australian business. We are really excited about this next chapter for Control Logic.

“We also want to reassure all our customers that it is business as usual; however, moving forward, we can offer the benefits of IPD’s service and testing capabilities, taking Control Logic from a product and systems supplier to a true solutions provider.”

For more information visit www.ipdgroup.com.au.

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