Since our inception in 1938, SEPCO has proven our commitment to quality products and responsive service.
Ross Feldsher started working at SEPCO for his father Howard at the age of 19. He started from the bottom up by working in the packaging department in the warehouse, which allowed him to learn all of the thousands of parts that SEPCO carried and what the function and application for each part was. He continued working there in the summers while attending college and eventually started to work full time as a warehouse manager after he graduated college in order to increase his knowledge of the business and create a solid platform into the electrical fitting world.
Ross graduated with a business degree from Baruch College and went full time into working at SEPCO. Ross has always been a first-rate basketball player, starting in elementary school, junior high school, high school, and continuing onto the team at Baruch College. He was named Top 10 Best Jewish Basketball players in the country in 2000. He continues to play recreationally and in various leagues, where he usually leads the league in scoring.
Ross and Howard together have expanded and quadrupled sales while maintaining the same level of customer service. Their innovativeness throughout the years has awarded them some of the highest-profile jobs /projects, not only here in the domestic market but also in the international market as well. Their customers know the exceptional customer service and expedient deliveries they receive are just part of the SEPCO creed.
Ross brings his vast knowledge of computers to the business and has streamlined the traditional way of doing business. He modernized all of the computer’s operations, marketing efforts, built a user-friendly website, and has created a fully color-coded sophisticated design of a catalog.
He has established relationships over the years with his customers that show they have become more than business acquaintances; they are truly friends.
Ross is Vice-President of SEPCO, and as his father, grandfather, and great-grandfather before him, he continues the legacy of what has made SEPCO such a success; personal customer service, exceptional deliveries, and always looking to see how they can improve. He is firmly committed to new product development and continues with introducing new items to their already extensive product line. He always emphasizes that “nothing is ever written in stone” and values his flexibility as a company to provide whatever is necessary for the customer.
SEPCO was founded as a metal fabricating and stamping company by Morris Reddock and Philip Reddock in a garage on 18th Avenue and 56th Street in Brooklyn, NY
SEPCO was incorporated and carried a product line which included EMT and rigid, one-hole and two-hole pipe straps, reducing washers and switch box supports.
SEPCO moved to 6301 New Utrecht Ave, which is still their current location today.
Howard Feldsher joined the company.
Philip Reddock retires after 50 years and Howard Feldsher becomes President and Owner of SEPCO.
Ross Feldsher joined SEPCO to become the 4th generation to work for SEPCO.
Ross Feldsher named Vice-President of Operations.
SEPCO Hot Dipped Galvanized Moguls were introduced and approved by many municipalities and agencies such as New York City Transit Authority (NYCTA), Department of Transit (DOT), Port Authority of New York & New Jersey (PANYNJ), and Department of Environmental Protection (DEP).
Robert Miles retires after 52 years and 4 generations of employment.
SEPCO was featured in Crain’s Magazine for many of their products which were installed on high profile jobs such as World Trade Center- Freedom Tower, World Trade Center Memorial, and was a huge part in the Build It Back NY- Hurricane Sandy Relief Program.
SEPCO introduces a full product line of Hot Dipped Galvanized items which includes MIGB’s (with aluminum lugs or copper lugs), CHM Hubs, Conduit Bodies, Moguls (styles C, LB, LL LR & T), and Three Piece Couplings. SEPCO also introduces Mechanical Galvanized Liquidtight Connectors (straights, 90°’s, & 45°’s) with or without copper lugs.