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Cadick Corporation Brings Decades of Mastery in Power Systems to BNS, Enhancing its Position as a Leader in Solving Complex Business and Technology Challenges

Fort Lauderdale, FL, Feb. 13, 2024 – BNS Inc., a strategic business, technology and engineering services company, today announced it has acquired Cadick Corporation, a renowned provider of customized electrical power solutions. With nearly 40 years of experience, Cadick serves a wide range of customers with electrical safety, engineering, maintenance and training services. The combination of these companies brings together a wealth of knowledge and a shared commitment to delivering tailored solutions to its customers. 

This acquisition aligns with BNS’s strategic vision of offering a comprehensive suite of services to address the complex challenges faced by its customers with deep domain expertise. By integrating Cadick’s electrical engineering, marine services and training into its existing framework, BNS is able to provide an even broader range of solutions across multiple industries. This move reinforces BNS’s position as a leader in delivering diverse expertise to accelerate customer success.

“Cadick literally wrote the book on electrical safety, which has helped establish its eminent reputation in all things power and electrical engineering related. This strategic acquisition greatly extends our credibility and enables us to offer a new depth of experience and wider spectrum of services. They also share our vision and values of delivering unparalleled expertise and tailored solutions across various industries,” said William (Bill) Newby, COO of BNS and now CEO of Cadick Corporation. “We are excited to leverage Cadick’s rich history and expertise to further enhance the value we bring to our customers.”

John Cadick, Founder and President of Cadick Corporation said, “Our shared commitment to quality, safety and customer satisfaction makes this union a perfect fit. I am confident that our combined strengths will open up new possibilities and create immense value for our customers. I also know that Bill and the BNS team recognize what we have built and will guide it well into the future.”

John Cadick’s industry expertise and experience have been instrumental in establishing Cadick Corporation as an industry leader in reliability-centered maintenance, grounding systems measurement and diagnosis, protective relay applications and technical training curriculum. Cadick has authored works like The Electrical Safety Handbook, Cables and Wiring, Motors, Generators, and Transformers, DC Theory and more. Since the 1980s, Cadick Corporation has specialized in the development and presentation of first-rate technical training and engineering training courses available. 

Cadick Corporation, as a BNS company, will be presenting the Electrical Safety for the Non-Electrical Worker training course at the NCTC Winter Educational Conference (WEC) on Feb. 25 to help member companies to OSHA-certify their workforce.

About Cadick, Inc., a BNS company

Cadick Corporation, founded in 1986 and headquartered in Garland, Texas, is one of the nation’s most trusted providers of customized electrical power solutions. Our solutions include electrical maintenance and both regulatory and efficiency engineering studies, all backed by exceptional field expertise, service and support. Cadick Corporation also offers world-class training for producers, distributors, and users of electric power. 

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About BNS, Inc.

BNS is a diverse strategic business, technology and engineering services company that helps customers solve their most complex challenges across the telecom, media, entertainment, power, utilities, critical infrastructure and government markets. Our real-world expertise, unbiased perspectives and strategic guidance results in tailored solutions delivered through our in-house talent and curated partner ecosystem – on-time and on-budget. BNS holds certifications as a Minority-Owned Business, Veteran-Owned Small Business (VOSB), and Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).