Becker/SMC's Success Story
The industries we serve include the Mining, Oil and Gas, Traction Power, Industrial, Wastewater, and Agriculture industries.
Becker/SMC was originally established in 1971in Huntington, West Virginia. From the beginning, Becker/SMC focused on quality products and service to meet customers' needs. Becker/SMC designs and manufactures electrical components, open-type and explosion proof motor starters, longwall electrical controls and power distribution equipment for a variety of industries.
Becker/SMC is the industry's leader in increasingly more sophisticated electrical control systems. Most of the major innovations, design features and specialized electrical components have been developed by Becker/SMC. The success and growth of SMC resulted in seven major facility expansions. Several key acquisitions increased the product lines to include transformers, distribution equipment, and complete lines of vacuum switches, connectors and electronic monitoring devices. Our Custom Equipment Operation can now transform your specifications into precision products, utilizing state of the art parametric engineering and advanced lean manufacturing techniques.
The acquisition of OB Systems, with 20 years of experience in providing electrical products, places Becker/SMCas a major supplier to the Transit Industry. OB electrical substations are found in heavy and light rail transit systems throughout North America. OB Systems rectifiers, AC and DC switchgear, Traction Power substations, lightning arrestors, "Swartz" relay products, trolley hardware and transfer switches are readily available from Becker/SMC.
Becker/SMC is ISO 9001:2008 certified and places strict emphasis on quality control standards. We are also one of the few companies in the United States certified to build ATEX and IECEX flameproof equipment.
Becker/SMC's vision is to serve our customers by providing best in class products and services.
Becker/SMC's three plants near Huntington, West Virginia, provide over 160,000 square feet of manufacturing space. Throughout the production process, the skilled work force uses strict quality assurance compliances, customer specification, and regulatory requirements.