Utility equipment: Doosan Portable Power names Pacific Power Products as new dealer
Doosan Portable Power has named Pacific Power Products, headquartered in Ridgefield, Wash., an authorized dealer for mobile generators.
Statesville, NC — Utility equipment: Doosan Portable Power has named Pacific Power Products, headquartered in Ridgefield, Wash., an authorized dealer for mobile generators. The company will distribute Doosan Portable Power products to customers throughout Washington and Oregon from branches in Kent and Spokane, Wash., and Coburg, Redmond and Medford, Ore.
Founded in 1966, Pacific Power Products has experienced tremendous growth, serving customers today from 14 locations across seven states, providing full-service distribution of engines, transmissions, generators, and remanufactured components and parts. The company employs more than 500 team members who are divided into multiple market-focused divisions. The generator division consists of a tenured sales team, skilled project engineers and Electrical Generator Systems Association-certified service technicians.
“The addition of the Doosan generator product line will help us fill a large gap within our current product offering,” says Rick Elder, power systems manager for Pacific Power Products. “Offering the complete line of Doosan Portable Power generators will allow us to better meet existing customers’ needs, and allow for growth into new markets, including construction and rental.”
“Pacific Power Products is a well-established, customer-focused company with a strong reputation for providing their customers with exceptional products and services throughout the Pacific Northwest,” says Rita Moore, director of sales, North America, for Doosan Portable Power. “Their impressive company growth is evidence they continue to meet customer needs with quality products and knowledgeable staff. We look forward to a long and collaborative relationship with Pacific Power Products.”
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