The company said it is investing millions of dollars in upgrading its Sylvania production plants in St. Marys, PA, and Versailles, KY, to produce LED lighting.
Littelfuse said the acquisition gives it a broader technology platform and capability to expand growth into industrial and electronics markets.
The Crown Point facility will provide electrical equipment, repair, remanufacturing, and life-extension services to commercial and industrial customers in the region.
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Richmond-based Hutcheson & Co. has served the Virginia electrical market for almost 45 years.
The acquisition will enable Osram to expand its business with digital lighting solutions and add to its expertise in software, sensors and connectivity.