UK critical power equipment manufacturer Mardix has been acquired by California-based private equity firm Bertram Capital for an undisclosed sum.
Mardix, founded in 1966, will join Bertram’s Anord Control Systems to form the Anord-Mardix Group— a global provider of critical power solutions for sectors including data centres and renewable energy.
Bertram, which has more than $1.3 billion in committed capital, said Mardix is a “trusted supplier for a diverse set of customers across commercial and industrial buildings, energy, rail and cloud, colocation and enterprise data centres”.
Mardix products include switchgear, power distribution units, package substations, busbar transmission and distribution systems and modular data hall busway systems.
Bertram partner Kevin Yamashita said the combination of Anord and Mardix “unifies two of the best brands in the industry with a collective pedigree of 100 years in the critical power equipment industry”.