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JBM Power will expand the offerings of the ARA Electrical division, increasing ARA capabilities across Australia. 

As at 1 April 2021, the ARA Group acquired JBM Power, designer and manufacturer of switch boards and switch rooms.

Mr Edward Federman, ARA Executive Chairman and Managing Director stated,

“The acquisition of JBM Power completes our turnkey offering and truly does make ARA Electrical a one stop shop in the market. The switch room business will also provide opportunities for other parts of the wider ARA group, in particular ARA Manufacturing, ARA Fire and ARA Mechanical Services. I welcome Jonce and the JBM Power team to the ARA Group.”

Founded in 1981, JBM Power has an unbroken record of excellence in manufacturing of Electrical Switchboards, PLC, Protection/Control Panels, Custom Enclosures, and Transportable/Prefabricated Switchrooms.

During these years JBM Power has maintained a strong ethical code in its relations with customers, personnel and suppliers. The rewards have come by way of major infrastructure, commercial, industrial, defence and other government projects. Mile Belevski, General Manager of JBM Electrical states, 

“Together with its full in-house designs, fabrication, powdercoating and manufacturing capabilities, JBM Power offers full turnkey Australian made products.ARA, led by its Chairman Edward Federman, is a successful Australian owned Group with existing complementary companies which align with JBM’s morals and work ethics.

What I am most looking forward to is a new chapter for JBM and its employees, full of new opportunities and untapped territories, which I believe will be achieved with the amazing team at ARA.”

Jonce Belevski is the Director of JBM Power Pty Ltd. Jonce has over 25 years of experience in the electrical industry in Australia and overseas. Throughout these years he has had management positions as well as hands-on experience and knowledge in the design and manufacturing of LV/MV Switchboards.

JBM is involved with renewable energy by providing their services to a wide range of Wind & Solar farms across the country, paving the way to a cleaner future.


ARA welcomes JBM Power to the Group.

ARA Electrical are specialists in the delivery of fully integrated electrical and communications systems. The diverse capabilities and comprehensive engineering services enable them to provide a wide range of high quality, customer driven solutions across multiple industries. With a highly skilled workforce and outstanding safety record they remain committed to quality outcomes for their customers.  

The ARA Group is a complementary network of essential building and infrastructure services operating in Australia and New Zealand. Founded in 2001 by Edward Federman and Leo Browne, the ARA Group is comprised of seven divisions that provide fully integrated solutions for your facilities and infrastructure. 

Mr Edward Federman, ARA Group Executive Chair and Managing Director. With more than 30 years of experience in the building services industry, Edward co-founded ARA Group in 2001 with a vision to build the business through organic growth and strategic acquisitions. Since 2001, ARA has grown to employ over 2,500 people across a diverse range of product and service divisions including: ARA Fire, ARA Mechanical, ARA Electrical, ARA Security, ARA Products, ARA Building Services and ARA Property Services.  

Jonce Belevski, JBM Power Managing Director. JBM Power is pleased to be officially part of an impressive company such as ARA Group. We believe the addition of JBM to the ARA team will strengthen our position in the market, offering total solutions from electrical engineering to maintenance of Switchboards, Motor Control Centers and Prefabricated Switchrooms. Sharing over 40+ year experience with JBM’s Director, Jonce Belevski and General Manager Mile Belevski, in the electrical and switchboard manufacturing industry, we could not be happier that our family business is now joining a bigger family unit.

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