Evergreen Supply Co
31 years in business9901 S Torrence Ave
Chicago, IL 60617-5369
- (773) 375-4765
- (773) 375-4780
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BBB File Opened: 09/12/2007
Business Started: 06/03/1986
Business Started Locally: 06/03/1986
Business Incorporated: 06/03/1986 in IL
Type of EntityCorporation
- Mr. David Coopmann, Company Contact
- Ms. Patricia Gallagher, Founder
- Ms. Tiffany Johnsen, Vice President
- Ms. Colleen Kramer, Owner/President
- Wholesale Electric Supplies
- Harness Assembly
- Battery Manufacturers
- Conduit and Fittings
- Electric Connectors
- Electric Converter
- Electric Motor Manufacturers
- Electric Generator
- Emergency Lighting Equipment
- Photoelectric Cell
- Street Lighting
- Electric Switches
- Battery Charging
- Electric Cords
- Electric Supplies
- Electric Fuses
- Hand Tools
- Power Actuated Tools
- Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
- Electric Heating Manufacturers
- Electric Switchboard
- Wholesale Lamps
- Wholesale Lighting Fixtures
- Lighting Systems
- Electrical Wiring
- Wiring Harness
- Wire Strippers
Products & ServicesElectrical supply manufacturer and distributor, both wholesale and retail. Infrastructure supplies for construction projects of all sizes and scopes; Customized Inventory Management Plans for building owners, engineers and managers; Fully-stocked warehouse with over 450 lines of lamps, ballasts, conduit, pipe, copper wire, battery packs and more; Convenient Will Call department open every weekday; Fleet of company-owned trucks dispatched less than 30 minutes from downtown Chicago or Indiana; Local, next morning deliveries; More than $2 million in electrical supply inventory; Specialized shipping & handling capabilities; Experienced staff; No minimum orders.
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