Friday, February 6, 2015

New office for DC programmable power products to serve Europe!

Magna-Power Electronics has opened a subsidiary in Britain. The new sales office follows significant growth of the Magna-Power Electronics brand in Britain, Ireland and the rest of Europe. The direct sales office provides local resources for sales and support of the company's broad range of programmable DC power supplies.

Bob Collins
Located in Reading (GB), the new office represents a significant commitment in this market for the Magna-Power Electronics brand. Bob Collins, with over 25 years of experience in the programmable power industry, is leading Magna-Power Electronics Limited as Managing Director. "I’m very excited to be joining the Magna-Power team by setting up a direct office here to support the installed and future UK customers," he said. "With strong industry and application knowledge, we will be able to further promote the Magna-Power brand and its market leading products, while becoming a leading supplier to this important territory."

"With Magna-Power Electronics' strong reputation in its domestic United States market, the company has been focusing on building a sales and service infrastructure abroad," explains Adam Pitel, Vice President overseeing worldwide sales and marketing. "Excellent customer feedback, improved brand recognition, and strong year-over-year growth for the 2012 German sales office Magna-Power Electronics GmbH prompted Magna-Power to pursue a similar sales model for the United Kingdom."

• With an active research and development team, the breadth of Magna-Power's product offering has increased significantly in recent years. Magna-Power's programmable DC power supply line now spans power ratings 1.5 kW to 2000 kW+ at industry-leading power densities, with voltage ratings up to 10,000 Vdc and current ratings up to 24,000 Adc. The company's vertically integrated manufacturing facility in Flemington, (NJ USA), has nearly tripled in size within the last three years to 73,500 sq-ft to accommodate increased demand and manufacturing processes.


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