Wajax Power Systems now offers the full range of mobile generators from Doosan Portable Power
Wajax Power Systems of Canada has expanded its portfolio to offer the full mobile generator line from DoosanPortable Power.
Wajax Power Systems provides sales and rental of standby and mobile power generation systems ranging from 7 kW to 1,500 kW and also provides the supply and integration of original and replacement engines and drive systems for various applications. To enhance its mobile power system offerings, the company added to its fleet the line of Doosan Portable Power mobile generators ranging from 90 kVA to 570 kVA.
“The quality of product design; diversity and depth of product range; and the support infrastructure they provide to their distributor networks are key attributes that lead us to a partnership with Doosan Portable Power,” says Tim Zawislak, president of Wajax Power Systems. “We’ve identified Doosan Portable Power as a strong player in the rental market, and believe that they’ll be a key partner in the execution of our strategic initiative for our rental business across Canada.”
Wajax Power Systems provides customers with technical support, parts, maintenance and repair services, and training programs through 28 branch locations across Canada — stretching from northeastern British Columbia, through the western provinces, Ontario, Quebec, Labrador and the Atlantic Provinces, as well as the Northern Territories. Wajax Power Systems is the culmination of the integration and rebranding of Waterous Power Systems, DDACE Power Systems, and the recently acquired Harper Power Products.
“Doosan Portable Power is pleased to have Wajax Power Systems join our dealer network,” says Rita Moore, director of sales, North America, for Doosan Portable Power. “Wajax has been a longstanding leader in Canada and we look forward to a collaborative partnership as Wajax Power Systems continues to strengthen their presence in the rental market.”
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