A Banner Month of Activity and New Additions at Solomon Corporation

December 22, 2015

Solomon Corporation Aids Emergency Power Restoration Efforts in Saipan

In October, Solomon Corporation employees at multiple locations provided significant overtime hours rebuilding 486 rewound transformers, beginning the recovery efforts for citizens of Saipan in the Northern Mariana Islands. At the beginning of the month, Solomon delivered the first 100 of the 486 rebuilt transformers to FEMA for delivery to the U.S. Commonwealth, which suffered serious damage when super typhoon Soudelor hit the area on August 2 and 3. Heavy rain and sustained winds of 180-220 mph knocked out the state’s power plant leaving the area without power. The storm earned the unfortunate categorization of the strongest storm on Earth to date in 2015 by The Weather Channel.

Partnership with Maddox Industrial Transformer Expands Solomon’s Reach in Industrial and Quick-Ship Commercial Markets

This month, Solomon Corporation also announced a business collaboration with Maddox Industrial Transformer. Inked on Friday, Oct. 9, the partnership linked Solomon Corporation, a leader in transformer sales and service for more than four decades, with Maddox Industry Transformer, a proven entity in the industrial transformer market and the quick-ship commercial market. Maddox, best known for its provision of high-quality work with short lead-times, serves industrial and commercial industrial market customers. Maddox exclusively focuses on the rental, repair and sale of new and reconditioned transformers and also offers technical support, recycling, repair and disposal of reclosers, regulators and transformers. The Maddox team’s expertise, experience, and customer relationships blended with Solomon Corporation’s inventory, capabilities, and geographic reach will create a one-call transformer solution for commercial, utility and industrial customers.

Solomon Corporation Welcomes a New Chief Operating Officer

In addition to building and delivering rewound transformers and celebrating a new partnership with Maddox Industrial Transformer, Solomon Corporation also welcomed Jerry Newton as Chief Operating Officer on Monday, Oct. 12. Prior to joining Solomon Corporation, Newton served in Operations and Director Roles at Deere and Company. Newton will facilitate Solomon Corporation’s expansion efforts and operational efficiency improvement. He received a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from The University of Arkansas. Post-graduation, Newton worked for Entergy Corporation before earning his Masters of Business Administration from The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.

Solomon Corporation specializes in sales and service of oil-filled transformers and distribution transformers. We also offer technical support to the electrical distribution industry, as well as repair, recycling, and disposal of transformers, reclosers, and regulators. For more information or to request a quote, please click here to contact our sales and procurement team.