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THE WHOLE IS GREATER THAN ITS PARTS

At Turtle & Hughes, we believe that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts and that every customer can benefit from our holistic approach to provide one of the industry’s most comprehensive range of services and solutions. That is how we have earned our ranking among the nation’s largest independent electrical and industrial distributors.

For our customers, this means that we are much more than a distributor; we are a partner. Our customers have access to industry expertise across several specialty departments, as well as from our supply chain management division, Turtle & Hughes Integrated Supply (THIS) , which is recognized as an industry thought leader.

It means that we have the ability to service and gain expertise from diverse customers in the industrial, commercial, utility and contractor markets from locations across the United States and abroad. As a fourth generation family-owned, women-owned and employee-owned business with a staff of over 850 professionals, we have the resources and brain trust to service any size customer with any size project.

In all of our endeavors, we partner with the industry’s strongest manufacturers to bring quality products and innovative solutions to our customers. This is what our customers have come to expect; that is what we promise to deliver.


HEADING

Today, under the leadership of Chairman and CEO Jayne Millard, great-granddaughter of co-founder M. Berry Turtle, everything we do is driven by our first priority — to provide exceptional service to our customers. As a team, we are dedicated to best practices by adding value to customers across all components of the supply chain, from turnkey engineering and design to operational and logistical support. We continually look to expand our offerings, which now include:

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CODE OF ETHICS

Our Corporate Code of Ethics, which includes our Core Values, defines who we are and how we approach our business everyday. In our Core Values, we pledge to listen, learn and be helpful to every customer need. In all of our transactions, we vow to act honorably and ethically and always deliver as promised.

We dedicate ourselves to technical excellence so that we can work intelligently to find the right solutions for our customers’ needs, and we exhaust all possibilities in the process. Our customers deserve the very best; we accept nothing less from ourselves than exceptional.




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  • MRO MANAGED SERVICES

    SUCCESS STORY

    OLD MACHINE, NEW SAVINGS

    Our customer needed to replace a machine that was critical to the production of contact lenses. Turtle & Hughes Integrated Supply (THIS) was able to identify and supply an older machine that could be reconditioned, yet still meet the industry’s strict criteria, saving our customer the $53,000 that would have been necessary to replace the original machine.

  • INDUSTRIAL

    SUCCESS STORY

    SEAL OF APPROVAL

    An aerospace customer needed to improve the masking process that protects the surface finish of a product component. The standard process was a time-consuming manual function, resulting in inconsistencies. Working with 3M, Turtle & Hughes developed a template for a durable film that provided a consistent and durable protective surface, as well as reduced application time and cost, resulting in $39,500 in annual customer savings.

  • LIGHTING APPLICATIONS

    SUCCESS STORY

    SHEDDING LIGHT ON CANCER RESEARCH

    When a new 21-story research center was being constructed in New York City, Turtle & Hughes Lighting department put together one of its most complex packages ever. This included custom-designed lab bench lighting fixtures that work in conjunction with a daylight harvesting system and a shade control system. The system prevents light pollution at night, creating a controlled environment to conduct research so scientists could achieve a better understanding of the disease and how to manage it.