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With over 25 years of growth through acquisition and innovation, Legrand in North America is a company of diverse cultures, locations, markets, channels and customers. We continue to develop every day, by way of new business and cross business initiatives as well as fresh thinking and hard work. The following is a look at our historical milestones as well as our future objectives.

 Today

Carry on our commitment to continuous innovation to provide for the growth of our company and our partners.

2015

QMotion is acquired to become part of Legrand's North American Building Control Systems (BCS)
Raritan is acquired

2014

Lastar (including Quiktron and C2G) is acquired into Legrand Data Communications (LDC) Division

2013

Legrand, North America passes $1 Billion in sales

2012

NuVo Technologies acquired into Home Systems Division

2011

Middle Atlantic acquired
Electrorack acquired into Legrand Data Communications (LDC) Division

2008

PW Industries acquired, merged into Cablofil (US)
Home Systems Division established

2007

UStec acquired, merged into On-Q

2006

Cablofil (ICM Group) acquired
Legrand Canada established, merging all brands' sales and operations in Vaughan, Ontario
Vantage Controls acquired

2005

On-Q Home acquired, Greyfox merged into On-Q

2004

Electrical Wiring Systems (EWS) Division established

2003

Legrand Holdings SA incorporated in U.S.

2002

John Selldorff joined to lead North America (LNA) Division

2001

Greyfox Systems acquired, became a unit of Pass & Seymour

2000

The group becomes world leader in cable management with the acquisition of The Wiremold Company

1998

Ortronics acquired

1996

Watt Stopper acquired

1984

First establishment in the United States
Pass & Seymour acquired
Slater Electric acquired, merged into Pass & Seymour

1974

Expansion continues beyond Europe (opening of a subsidiary in Brazil)

1966

First establishment outside France (opening of a subsidiary in Belgium)

Company History

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With over 25 years of growth through acquisition and innovation, Legrand in North America is a company of diverse cultures, locations, markets, channels and customers. We continue to develop every day, by way of new business and cross business initiatives as well as fresh thinking and hard work. The following is a look at our historical milestones as well as our future objectives.

 Today

Carry on our commitment to continuous innovation to provide for the growth of our company and our partners.

2015

QMotion is acquired to become part of Legrand's North American Building Control Systems (BCS)
Raritan is acquired

2014

Lastar (including Quiktron and C2G) is acquired into Legrand Data Communications (LDC) Division

2013

Legrand, North America passes $1 Billion in sales

2012

NuVo Technologies acquired into Home Systems Division

2011

Middle Atlantic acquired
Electrorack acquired into Legrand Data Communications (LDC) Division

2008

PW Industries acquired, merged into Cablofil (US)
Home Systems Division established

2007

UStec acquired, merged into On-Q

2006

Cablofil (ICM Group) acquired
Legrand Canada established, merging all brands' sales and operations in Vaughan, Ontario
Vantage Controls acquired

2005

On-Q Home acquired, Greyfox merged into On-Q

2004

Electrical Wiring Systems (EWS) Division established

2003

Legrand Holdings SA incorporated in U.S.

2002

John Selldorff joined to lead North America (LNA) Division

2001

Greyfox Systems acquired, became a unit of Pass & Seymour

2000

The group becomes world leader in cable management with the acquisition of The Wiremold Company

1998

Ortronics acquired

1996

Watt Stopper acquired

1984

First establishment in the United States
Pass & Seymour acquired
Slater Electric acquired, merged into Pass & Seymour

1974

Expansion continues beyond Europe (opening of a subsidiary in Brazil)

1966

First establishment outside France (opening of a subsidiary in Belgium)