DIESEL POWER EQUIPMENT COMPANY NOW OFFERS MOBILE GENERATORS FROM DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER
Better Roads Staff | March 15, 2011
STATESVILLE, N.C. — Diesel Power Equipment Company Inc. of Omaha, Neb., has expanded its portfolio to offer the full mobile generator line from Doosan Portable Power.
Diesel Power Equipment Company is a full-service company providing sales and rental of standby and mobile power generation systems ranging from 7 to 1,500 kW. To enhance its mobile power system offerings, the dealership added to its fleet the full line of Doosan Portable Power mobile generators, ranging from 25 kVA to 570 kVA.
“We are excited about partnering with Doosan Portable Power,” says Dan Wells, president of Diesel Power Equipment Company. “Its name recognition aligns with Diesel Power Equipment Company’s commitment in offering superior products and service.”
Diesel Power Equipment Company was founded in 1976 as an engine distributor for the irrigation market. Over the past 35 years, the company has expanded to include products and services in industrial machinery and equipment to meet customers’ diverse needs. “We have provided portable power options for many years. Our generator service technicians have a reputation that allows customers to feel confident at the time of sale and beyond. We offer a variety of maintenance options that help to ensure power is delivered when needed,” says Wells.
“We are proud to be a key partner with Diesel Power Equipment Company,” said Rita Moore, director of sales, North America, for Doosan Portable Power. “Its excellent reputation with its customers mirrors the commitment that we have to quality and integrity in the marketplace, and we are pleased they now carry our mobile generators.”
Diesel Power Equipment Co. is headquartered in Omaha, Neb., and has branch locations just outside of St. Louis, Mo., in Farmington, and near Chicago, Ill., in Batavia. The company’s Doosan Portable Power territory spans the states of Nebraska and several counties in Western Iowa.
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