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Gen-Tech Named Doosan Dealer

Wed October 21, 2009 - West Edition
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Doosan Infracore Portable Power has named Arizona Generator Technology (Gen-Tech) an authorized dealer of its Ingersoll Rand-branded line of generators, light construction equipment and lighting systems.

Gen-Tech is a full-service company specializing in power generation systems. Gen-Tech offers systems from 10.8 to 2,700 hp (8 to 2,000 kW) and adds to its fleet the 10 models of generators from Doosan Infracore Portable Power ranging from 25 to 570 kVA. In addition to generators, Gen-Tech also will carry Ingersoll Rand-branded light compaction equipment and lighting systems.

“Our business is all about providing value to our customers,” said Bob Piske, principal of Gen-Tech. “Our partnership with Doosan Infracore Portable Power gives us the ability to provide more value by offering additional equipment our customers may need.”

“We are extremely proud to have the Doosan Infracore Portable Power name associated with Gen-Tech,” said John Hargett, district manager of Doosan Infracore Portable Power. “Given their years of experience and reputation as a proven leader in the power generation industry, we know that Gen-Tech will help take our generator product line to the next level.”

Gen-Tech has been in business since June 1990 and services Arizona and southern Nevada. Gen-Tech serves the commercial and industrial market and is recognized as an expert in emergency, peak shave, co-generation and prime power applications.

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