IM’s Systems Control joins Dickinson Area Chamber

Chris Tomassucci/Daily News photo THE DICKINSON AREA Chamber of Commerce ribbon-cutting ceremony for Systems Control: From left are Chamber ambassadors Larry Lambert, Trisha Peterson, Teresa Schettler, Matt Lutz, Karen Blackhall and Sandi Petroff; Systems Control Executive Assistant Nikki Bowers, CEO Brad Lebouef and Bridget Kennedy, director of human resources; Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Suzanne Larson; and ambassadors Corky DeRoeck, Gary Fish and Shanna Thompson.

IRON MOUNTAIN — The Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce recently hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for new member Systems Control, 3201 E. Industrial Drive in Iron Mountain.

Systems Control designs and manufactures customized, turnkey systems that protect, transmit and distribute energy from source to grid to consumer.

From initial concept to final delivery, they do each step of the process in-house and under one roof. Systems Control also works closely with customers to better understand their needs and ensure quality results.

Founded in 1962 as a division of MJ Electric, Systems Control became an independent company in 2001. It was acquired by Comvest Partners in 2018 to “enable the next phase of growth,” according to the company’s website. This year, Systems Control completed a 89,000-square-foot facility expansion.


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