Ideal Electrical Supply Corporation, T/A Ideal Electric, is a full-service wholesale distributor of electrical, industrial and telecommunications infrastructure products. Ideal also serves its diverse clientele by providing commodities such as street pavement marking tape, pedestrian street signs, safety products and water works products, which includes water meters, water meter parts and pumps.
Founded in 1991, Ideal Electric is an authorized distributor for more than 200 major manufacturers. The company has a full-time staff of more than 20 employees; a 25,000-square-foot secured and bonded warehouse at its headquarters in located in Washington, D.C.; a satellite facility in Lanham, Md.; a state-of-the-art, integrated accounting and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system and a company-owned fleet of delivery vehicles.
Ideal Electric has strong business relationships in the manufacturing community; a talented, management team with decades of business and industry experience; and a well-earned reputation for quality service and reliability among its growing clientele.
At Ideal Electric, the strong work ethic, pride in industry expertise, and high standards of customer satisfaction all flow from the top. CEO Cora Williams and current board member Ken Rogers founded Ideal and merged their government and corporate experience to grow the company, with hard work, commitment and a solid business plan that has brought success to Ideal and its clients for more than 20 years.
Management Team
Cora Williams
President, is the co-founder of Ideal Electrical Supply Corporation.
Ken Rogers (EVP, Retired) is the other co-founder of the company and currently serves on the Board of Directors. With countless years of business management, electrical and industrial industry experience, their leadership has excelled the company to its current level as a leader in the wholesale electrical and industrial distribution industry, including its being named the Regional Supplier of the Year by the National Minority Supplier Development Council in 2004 and again in 2011.