About Weldy Lamont Group
Weldy Lamont Group, Inc. is a manufacturers' representative firm representing companies in the electrical power and control equipment area. Historically, Weldy Lamont Group has geared its business toward selling products, which require engineering expertise. The companies represented by Weldy Lamont Group are considered to be the finest in their respective industries, with quality products that set the standards for the marketplace. These quality enterprises fit the standards of excellence that Weldy Lamont Group strives to provide.
L.L. (Butch) Weldy founded Weldy Associates in 1946. Weldy-Lamont Associates, Inc. was formed in 1971 when Dennis W. Lamont purchased Weldy Associates upon L.L. Weldy's retirement. In 2004, Patrick J. Hennelly and William T. Heberer became the third generation of owners of the company.
In 2012 the company was divided into two separate business entities: Weldy Lamont Group, Inc. and Weldy-Lamont Associates, Inc. Weldy Lamont Group is the domestic manufacturers' representative side of the business. Weldy-Lamont Associates, Inc. is the international side of the business performing EPC projects in Africa. Each company operates independently from each other, but at the same physical address.
In January 2016, Weldy Lamont Group welcomed its fourth generation of owners as Joseph L. Bolsinger, and Kyle C. Johnson purchased Weldy Lamont Group shares from Patrick J. Hennelly and William T. Heberer.
The company operated from the same Chicago address from 1947 to 1977, when Weldy Lamont Group, Inc. relocated to 1008 E. Northwest in Mount Prospect, Illinois. In 2012, after expanding through the years and outgrowing our existing building, Weldy Lamont Group moved to our present location at 1040 W. Northwest Highway, also in Mount Prospect. We also have branch offices in St. Louis, Missouri, and Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Indiana - Northwest
Iowa - Eastern Half
Michigan - Upper Peninsula
Products and Customers
Weldy Lamont Group, Inc. primarily represents electric power and control equipment products. Sales emphasis is on consulting engineers, industrial, and utility customers.