CK Power Is Awarded the Exclusive Kubota Engine Distributorship for Oklahoma and North Texas

Thu March 16, 2017 - National Edition
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CK Power is excited to announce that the company has been awarded exclusive Kubota engine distributorship for Oklahoma and North Texas. The new territory expansion joins CK Power's existing Kubota territory of Eastern Missouri, Arkansas, Southern Illinois, Western Kentucky and Western Tennessee.

“We are very excited about the new territory, we look forward to service/supporting the current OEM's in Oklahoma and North Texas and building relationships with new ones," said CK Power VP of Marketing, Clayton Costello. "With the quality and durability of the Kubota product and expertise, support and capabilities of CK Power, we look forward to bringing exceptional service, products and diesel and natural gas solutions to the Oklahoma and North Texas territory.”

The new territory will be supported by CK Power's Oklahoma City location at 5817 SW 21st St. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. CK Power also has plans to open a Texas service and sales location in the latter part of 2017.

CK Power has been a Kubota distributor for over 30 years. CK Power's product offering ranges from standard generator sets and power units for any application/ market to custom engineered packages for OEM's, available in diesel and natural gas.

CK Power's mission is to continually expand and improve its product offering. CK Power utilizes quality training and employee involvement to provide exceptional service and products that results in client and employee satisfaction.

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