IEM Donates Panelboards to Help Rebuild Haitian Hospital Following 2010 Earthquake
Monday, April 25, 2011
Fremont, CA, April, 2011 – IEM, the largest independent full-line manufacturer of electrical and power quality equipment in the U.S., was proud to donate panels for the Haitian Earthquake Relief program to help rebuild the Sacred Heart Hospital in Haiti following the 2010 earthquake.
As one of the few hospitals still operating in Haiti, Hopital Sacre Coeur was in need of a complete upgrade to its electrical system. IEM was approached by Rosendin Electric to donate $18,000 worth of panelboards to assist in this effort.
“I want to personally thank Industrial Electric Manufacturing’s generous donation to this worthy cause. Their timely and generous response was crucial to the success of this effort.” said William A. Barnes, Senior Purchasing Agent for Rosendin Electric, Inc. “It is truly a pleasure to have caring business partners.”
Rosendin Electric was able to work with a network of vendors, manufacturers, and distributors to assemble more than $150,000 in donated receptacles, wire, conduit, tools, panelboards, and more.
Headquartered in Fremont, CA, IEM is the largest independent full-line manufacturer of electrical distribution and power quality equipment in the U.S. For over half a century, IEM has delivered customer-specific solutions to meet the ever changing power requirements of growth industries in North America. At IEM, tradition and technology still drive innovation. An experienced engineering staff and one of the most flexible design and manufacturing systems in the industry set IEM apart from standard product manufacturers.