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Current Chooses New Rep for Western States

Current Chooses New Rep for Western States

CLEVELAND — Current has selected The MH Companies to be their new agency partner to help extend Current’s extensive portfolio of roadway lighting products to more businesses throughout the Mountain West subregion, and includes Current’s municipal, DOT, and utility lighting products and resources. They will also represent Current’s C&I product portfolio in the states of Montana, Idaho and northern Wyoming.

With over five decades of conducting business with integrity and respect, The MH Companies’ experience and knowledge are what make them unique. They are always working hard to improve the ways in which they conduct business with their partners and customers, with the goal of routinely guiding their lighting partners to successful project outcomes. For the past 50 years, The MH Companies has developed the tools, processes, and mindsets necessary to provide their partners with consistent experiences and the information they need, when they need it.

“We are extremely excited to be partnering with The MH Companies and have their organization represent Current in the Utility, DOT, municipality and C&I verticals in their respective states,” said Matt Webster, Northwest Region Utility/Roadway Sales Manager and Michael Berryman, Northwest Area Manager at Current. “They’re a well-respected agency with a knowledgeable staff that has a strong expertise in the roadway and C&I space.”

The MH Companies already represents the Hubbell C&I and roadway side of Current’s product offerings, so this new partnership aligns all the Current Lighting brands under one agency. With their team of experienced professionals at the cornerstone of everything they do, they have developed a foundation to deliver experiences that are second to none.

“We are very excited to add Current roadway products to our portfolio,” said Scott Jackson, Director of Commercial Sales at The MH Companies. “Current comes with a well-respected name, and the development of their utility line of products will allow us to better service that growing market segment in our region.”

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