Pelco Traffic Supplier/Distributor In Houston, Texas

Pelco Products began with one goal in mind: manufacture better than anyone else

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Pelco Products, Inc. is a centrally located, Oklahoma-based, family owned business. Pelco's growth in manufacturing has expanded over the years. Pelco specialize in designing, engineering, manufacturing and distributing the finest products. Pelco manufactures traffic signal hardware, utility products, and decorative outdoor lighting. Although we are a manufacturer, Pelco's people have made us who we are today. We are dedicated to the responsible growth and manufacturing great traffic and utility products. We were founded in 1985. The Pelco family has grown to five separate entities that incorporate Pelco Industries, Inc. The Pelco family of companies has grown from 5 employees to more than 300 dedicated team members. We have two main campuses- one in Edmond, Oklahoma and one in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Our goal has always been to create a superior, quality and innovative product for a fair price, keeping service as the top priority.Pelco Products continues to incorporate strong values into every aspect of our business. From the employees we hire to the products we make, we take pride in the service and care we give to each customer. The size of the order doesn't matter- customer satisfaction and quality are key. From creation to production, we ensure our products are of the highest quality and made from materials that will stand the test of time.

Wildcat Electric carries a broad range of Pelco products.  Click here to request a quote or ask about Pelco solutions  or call 713-676-0600.

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Pelco Sales was founded in 1957 in by E.L. Heinrich in Hawthorne, California. Heinrich created Pelco Sales as a side project to his already successful mechanical aviation business. Pelco Sales first product line consisted of pan-tilt devices and joysticks designed to remotely control the position of television cameras. The demand for Pelco Sales' products grew rapidly resulting in Heinrich's decision to abandon aviation and focus on camera technologies. The company was moved to Gardena, California and then again to Fresno, California to provide adequate work space for product production. In June 1987 Rod Heinrich sold Pelco Sales to local investor David McDonald shortly after approving plans for an 80,000 square foot facility in Clovis, California. McDonald truncated the name to Pelco, commonly referred to as the beginning of the "new" Pelco. The company continued to expand reaching distribution in more than 130 countries. In 2007 French power company, Schneider Electric purchased Pelco for US$1.22 billion in an effort to enhance their building automation business. Pelco's security and surveillance systems most notably protect Buckingham Palace, The Statue of Liberty, and China's Presidential Palace.