Our History…

Jan, 1956

N. G. Clamp PTY. LTD. Opens

Noel Clamp and his business partner Don Talic starts an electric motor repairs business in Port Melbourne, Victoria.

Clamp Electrical Industries PTY. LTD.

Brian Gago the current owner, takes over the electric motor rewinding company continuing the Clamp name.

Mar, 1989
May, 1999

10 Network Drive, Port Melbourne

The electric motor specialists moves location to its large and current premises.

Nilsen winding department

Clamp Electrical Industries acquires the winding division of Nilsen Electric Company.

Jul, 2004
May, 2005

Authorised ABB Motor Distributor

Clamp Electrical Industries becomes one of Australia’s first distributors and stockists of ABB AC electric motors.

National DC Motor Distributor

Clamp Electrical Industries becomes a national distributor and stockist of ABB DC motors. 

Jun, 2006
Jun, 2021

Stockist of AC Lafert Electric Motors

Clamp Electrical Industries becomes a stockist of the high quality and high efficiency European made (Italy) AC electric motors.

Authorised TECO Distributor & Service Centre

Clamp Electrical Industries becomes a stockist and authorised service centre for TECO electric motors.

Sep, 2023
Owner, Brian Gago

Located in Port Melbourne directly under the West Gate Bridge, our electric motor specialists not only enable us to readily service, supply and repair a variety of high efficiency, high performance, precision driven AC motors and DC motors but also other electrical apparatus such as high voltage output generators, submersible pumps, servo motors, hydraulic thrustors, brakes & solenoids and much more. Although Clamp Electrical Industries’ roots are firmly planted in Melbourne and have been for over 60 years, we also supply and service nationally and internationally. Some of the industries we service include; the air conditioning & refrigeration, automotive, food & beverage, marine, paper & plastics, packaging & printing, power generation industries as well as many more.

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