“We are pleased with the 17.1 percent operating margin in Electrical Products,” said Cutler. “This margin represents a significant step up from the strong margins of 16.2 percent we recorded in the second quarter.”Sales for the Electrical Systems and Services segment were $1.6 billion, an increase of 80 percent over the third quarter of 2012, reflecting the impact of the Cooper Industries acquisition. The segment reported operating profits of $231 million. Excluding acquisition integration costs of $10 million during the quarter, operating profits were $241 million, up 115 percent over results in 2012.
Eaton Third Quarter Operating Earnings Up 48 Percent Over 2012
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