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WorldWide Electric and Hyundai Electric End Exclusive U.S. Market Relationship

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WorldWide Electric and Hyundai Electric End Exclusive U.S. Market Relationship

WorldWide Electric and Hyundai Electric End Exclusive U.S. Market Relationship

WorldWide Electric announces the end of our exclusive low-voltage electric motor distribution relationship with Hyundai Electric.

WorldWide Electric announces the end of our exclusive low-voltage electric motor distribution relationship with Hyundai Electric. For over 12 years, WorldWide Electric has worked alongside Hyundai to build the Hyundai Electric low-voltage motor brand presence in the United States. Both parties have mutually decided to end the relationship’s exclusivity but continue to collectively promote the sales of low-voltage electric motors in the United States as non-exclusive partners.

Through rigorous engineering, sourcing, and manufacturing initiatives, we have driven the quality and cost of our own WorldWide Electric and Louis Allis branded products to be superior to other name-brand manufacturers. We maintain a strong distribution network comprising seven U.S. warehouses with over $80 million of inventory of WorldWide Electric and Louis Allis motors, gear reducers, motor controls, and generators. Our passion is providing a large selection of high-quality products and same-day shipping, all backed by exceptional customer support.

About WorldWide Electric Corporation: WorldWide Electric Corporation, headquartered in Rochester, NY, is a leading manufacturer and distributor of high-quality electric motors, motor controls, gear reducers, and generators.

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