Clifford Power Systems now a mobile generator dealer for Doosan Portable Power
Tina Grady Barbaccia | May 6, 2010
Doosan Portable Power has named Clifford Power Systems of Tulsa, Okla., an authorized dealer of its Ingersoll Rand-branded line of mobile generators for Oklahoma, Arkansas and the Austin and San Antonio areas of Texas.
Clifford Power Systems is a full-service company providing sales, rental, parts and service for standby and mobile power generation systems for various applications, ranging from 7 to 9,000 kilowatts. The company provides power systems for industrial customers, as well as mobile and rental generators for municipalities, construction and residential customers. Clifford Power Systems also has the capacity for immediate response in emergency situations. With the addition of the mobile generator line from Doosan Portable Power, Clifford Power Systems adds to its fleet the 10 models of generators ranging from 25 kVA to 570 kVA.
“Being a customer-focused company, we needed a product line of the highest quality to fill a specific area in our portfolio,” said Ken Clifford, chief executive officer of Clifford Power Systems, in a written statement. “With the addition of the Doosan Portable Power generator line, we add another level of service for customers who need reliable mobile power very quickly.”
“For 25 years, Clifford Power Systems has provided quality power systems with experienced and knowledgeable staff,” said Rita Moore, director of sales, North America, Doosan Portable Power. “As they continue to grow, it provides a unique opportunity for our two companies to mutually benefit in this market.”
Clifford Power Systems began in 1985 and recently celebrated its 25-year anniversary with the grand opening of its seventh location in Little Rock, Ark. Clifford Power Systems also has a location in Oklahoma City and four throughout Texas. Clifford Power Systems is an active member of the American Rental Association (ARA) and the Electrical Generating Systems Association (EGSA).
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