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Walker Panels


In 1967 Walker Panels was created with our sister company, Walker's Electric.

Originally located at 889 King Street Midland, our customers included RCA Midland, TRW Midland, and Arthur S. Leitch Company. We made thousands of simple Pump Alternating Starters and Inline Oven Burner control panels.

In 1993 the move was made to our current location of 169 Bay Street, Midland. The building was completely renovated to house both companies of Walker's Electric and Walker Panels. 

Our long history has allowed us to witness many changes in the industry. From the grassroots of starter panels to the beginnings of Program Logic Controller design, to todays fast paced Automation Systems.

One very important aspect of our company is a commitment to a Family-Owned structure. Today we remain under 3rd generation, Glenn Walker's ownership and guidance.

Today Walker Panels continues to grow as a fully independent company a division of 1350223 Ontario Inc.

The Early Years

Electricity is in our blood

Entrepreneurial Spirit

Early Control Panel

Edwin Walker's foresight saw the demand for control panels in an ever changing world. Since 1967 Walker Panels has built custom panels for a variety of customers, including Water Treatment and the Mining industry.  Edwin would be amazed with todays capabilities using VFD's and PLC's


Proud Walker Family

The Walker Boys

Allen   Gordon   Ken   David

Edwin Walker (Founder)

Having a successful business for over 85 years takes dedication. The Walker family has worked tirelessly over the years to grow the business while maintaining their core values,  their work ethic and commitment to community all of which has earned them a stellar reputation in the industry.


Three Generations

Edwin    Gordon    Glenn

Glenn joined the family business as a young man , immersing himself into the electrical service world, eventually taking over the reins in 1999 and currently leading both Walker's Electric and Walker Panels.


Back in the day

Scroll through our gallery and see how it all started , here at Walker Panels

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