Trydor Industries (Canada) Ltd. was established in 1972 to supply the high voltage power line product needs of utility companies and transmission and distribution line contractors.
Today Trydor is one of the largest distributors of high voltage electrical components for pole-line transmission, distribution and substation hardware and equipment in Western Canada. The Company caters to regulated electrical generating and transmission clients (utilities), major industrial projects (engineering firms, oil sands projects) and general business that require high voltage components.
Trydor has facilities in British Columbia (Surrey) and Alberta (Edmonton and Calgary) from which the company distributes, warehouses a broad range of high voltage electrical parts, tools and equipment.
StoneBridge and Roynat Capital acquired Trydor in 2010 when Al Browning was looking to retire and exit the business. We worked closely with the management team on transformational changes while maintaining the integrity of the business.
WESCO Distribution Canada LP aggressively pursed and completed the acquisition of Trydor in 2012. Wesco (NYSE: WCC), is a publicly traded Fortune 500 holding company headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with annual sales of approximately $7.5 billion and approximately 9,200 employees.
Gary Lang and Rod Maxwell served as Directors of the Corporation and lead contacts from the StoneBridge group working with management.