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Magnetek Material Handling Expands Product Configurator

MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis. - January 12, 2009 - Magnetek, Inc., (NYSE: MAG), a leading manufacturer of digital power and motion control systems for the material handling industry, today announced the addition of its line of SBP2 Series Pendant Stations to their online product Configurator, part of Magnetek Material Handling’s online customer pricebook. The SBP2 Series Pendant Stations are lightweight, pendant pushbutton stations that can be used in brutal industrial environments. These pendant stations can be customized to meet any application requirement.

“We are very excited to add SBP2 Series Pendant Stations to our online product Configurator,” said Maureen Krause-Piemeisel, electrification product manager for Magnetek Material Handling. “This will allow our customers to create a detailed quote when needed for an SBP2 Series Pendant Station configured to their exact specifications.”

Along with SBP2 Series Pendant Stations, the Configurator can also be used to generate a quote for the Company’s Electrobar® and standard festoon product lines, as well as their Mondel 200S Industrial Shoe Brakes and 300M Mill Duty Shoe Brakes.


About Magnetek
Magnetek manufactures digital power and motion control systems used in material handling, people moving and energy delivery. The Company is headquartered in Menomonee Falls, Wis. in the greater Milwaukee area and operates manufacturing facilities in Pittsburgh, Pa.; Canonsburg, Pa.; and Mississauga, Ontario, Canada as well as Menomonee Falls. On August 13, 2008, the Company reported revenues of $100 million for its 2008 fiscal year, which ended June 29, 2008.

Media Contact:
Lynn Bostrom
Director, Marketing Communications
(262) 252-2903
lbostrom@magnetek.com




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