Masters of the New York Minute
Electrical distributors who thrive in Manhattan are a different breed. They are first and above all survivors. In the past 15 years, they survived Hurricane Sandy, which shut off power to an estimated 200,000-plus customers in Manhattan, and many times that number in the city’s four other boroughs. They survived the horrors of 9/11 and a recession that decimated Wall Street’s financial industry with mass layoffs.