Pioneer Power Secures $3.5 Million Order for Redundant Power Center in Hawaii
Customized Solution Provides Secure, Redundant Power to Shipping Terminal Expansion Infrastructure Upgrade
Fort Lee, NJ, December 10, 2020 / PRNewswire / – Pioneer Power Solutions, Inc. (Nasdaq: PPSI) (“Pioneer Power” or the “Company”), a company engaged in the manufacture, sale and service of electrical transmission, distribution and on-site power generation equipment, today announced that it has secured a $3.5 million order from a large international container shipping company.
Pioneer Power will supply a highly customized energy solution, including two integrated power centers with redundant 15kv medium voltage switchgear, an integrated power control building and an integrated double-ended 750kva unit substation. This equipment will help deliver reliable and redundant power to the shipping company’s main terminal in Hawaii. The Company expects to ship the solution by June of 2021.
Nathan Mazurek, Pioneer Power’s Chief Executive Officer, commented, “Pioneer Power continues to win business because of our proven ability to customize solutions for unique electrical and mechanical applications. This order, combined with our existing backlog and growing demand for our expertise, gives us increased confidence that our switchgear business revenue and profit should grow notably during 2021 when compared to 2020.”
About Pioneer Power Solutions, Inc.
Pioneer Power Solutions, Inc. manufactures, sells and services a broad range of specialty electrical transmission, distribution and on-site power generation equipment for applications in the utility, industrial, commercial and backup power markets. The Company’s principal products include switchgear and engine-generator controls, complemented by a national field-service network to maintain and repair power generation assets. To learn more about Pioneer, please visit its website at www.pioneerpowersolutions.com.
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