Eagle Fire Acquires Cana Communications

Eagle Fire and Cana Communications unite, solidifying their combined position as a leading fire and life safety company.

Rosewood Private Investments’ portfolio company, Eagle Fire Inc., just announced the acquisition of Cana Communications. Having two locations in Georgia, Cana Communications is, of course, a fire alarm, security and emergency communications provider. The company has helped protect people and property with life safety systems since back in 1982.

Eagle Fire and Cana Communications Align on Values

According to Mark Major, Cana’s owner, “I want to share my excitement about our company’s new partnership with Eagle Fire and Rosewood Private Investments.” He continues, “Trust is a fundamental requirement for any successful business, and I can confidently say that our partners have shown their commitment to earning our trust through their individual behavior and the quality of their work.” Major says that it’s refreshing to find a group that shares many of his company’s core values. He adds, “And this partnership presents a great opportunity for our team members, while also providing exceptional value to our customers.”

Derry Burns, director of Rosewood Private Investments, adds that he’s thrilled to see Eagle Fire partner with Mark Major and his team at Cana. “Their team, culture and highly technical offering in the fire alarm and low-voltage space fit nicely with Eagle Fire,” he declares. Burns adds, “The partnership between Cana and Eagle Fire solidifies our position as a leading fire and life safety company in the attractive Georgia market.” Burns closes with optimism, saying he looks forward to supporting the continued growth of both businesses moving forward.

Excited About a Successful Partnership

Ray Clarke, president and CEO of Eagle Fire, adds that his company is excited about partnering with Cana Communications. After all, the company is recognized as a leading low-voltage and fire alarm provider in the Georgia market. “This acquisition continues to build the Eagle Fire footprint in the southeast,” Clarke notes, “and allows us to better serve our customers. We look forward to this new partnership and its success!”

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About the Author


Dan Ferrisi has been a B2B editorial professional since November 2004, covering the audio, video, lighting and music industries since the beginning of his career. Getting his start with Sound & Communications, he ascended from assistant editor, to associate editor, to eventually lead editor. He served as editor-in-chief of Commercial Integrator from November 2021 through August 2023 before being promoted to group editor, commercial and security, gaining oversight responsibility of the Security Sales & Integration brand, as well.

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