Cooper Industries, Inc., is worldwide manufacturing company with 2007 revenues of $5.9 billion. Cooper Industries has two business segments: Electrical Products and Tools & Hardware. Its electrical products distribute and control electricity, provide circuit protection, illuminate facilities, support electronic and telecommunications components, and offer fire and security detection. Cooper Industries’ Tools & Hardware divisions also make a wide variety of power tools, hand tools, and accessories.
Cooper Menvier becomes Cooper Safety
Cooper Industries’ Menvier Division changes name to Cooper Safety as a result of its continued focus and success in the area of non-residential building safety market.
Cooper Menvier, a division of Cooper Industries, has a clear focus on growing our safety and lighting products for the commercial and industrial building markets. To reflect the strength of our safety and lighting product portfolio, Cooper Menvier is changing the division name to Cooper Safety with immediate effect.
Cooper Safety Division is a leading supplier of emergency lighting, fire detection systems, notification and mains lighting products. The Division provides its customers with superior performance, exceptional value and peace of mind in safety applications. The change of name to Cooper Safety reflects the continued success in this field globally and an increasingly strong portfolio of safety brands.
President Axel Haack said; “Cooper Safety’s focus and drive is to serve customers in the growing field of building safety and mass notification solutions. Through a combination of innovative products, excellent service and a recognised premium quality offering we are truly a leader in safety products and our Division name should reflect this.”
Cooper Safety has its headquarters in Royal Leamington Spa, United Kingdom and is a Division of Cooper Industries. The turnover of Cooper Safety is approximately $540M with 2,500 employees in 12 countries and a market leading position in a number of areas relating to non-residential building safety. These include:
Emergency lighting systems for industrial and commercial buildings
Notification solutions in mass notification, industrial signalling and fire system components
Fire systems for commercial buildings
Intruder alarm systems for residential and commercial property
Mains lighting devices for a wide range of applications including architectural solutions and LED technology
Cooper Safety’s brands include: Menvier, CEAG, Crompton, MEDC and a number of further regional brands
For more information, visit the website at www.cooper-safety.com.
About Cooper Industries
Cooper Industries is a global manufacturer with 2006 revenues of $5.2 billion, approximately 85 percent of which are from electrical products. Incorporated in Bermuda with administrative headquarters in Houston, Cooper employs approximately 31,000 people and operates eight divisions:
Cooper Power Systems
Cooper Wiring Devices
For more information, visit the website at www.cooperindustries.com