The new website gives our existing and potential customers the information they need to educate themselves and choose the best power solution for their business.
(PRWEB) March 10, 2015
A new website, http://www.wemanagepower.com, which allows visitors the opportunity to research their power needs by industry and offers educational resources including buying guides and a Smart Power blog, has been launched by ABT Power Management, Inc. The all-new site represents the company’s extensive experience in both motive power and reserve power services.
ABT founder and president Ken Fearn explained the website project as a natural extension of ABT’s ongoing commitment to customer service. “Since its inception, ABT has dedicated itself to providing highest-quality products and service that exceeds customer expectations. Every time. This new website gives our existing and potential customers the information they need, in a user-friendly format, to educate themselves and choose the best power solution for their business.”
For companies with material handling and airline ground support operations, the site provides information on battery maintenance programs and remote battery monitoring. Telecom operations and other firms with mission critical facilities can obtain extensive information on backup power services and reserve power equipment. “For each business interest, ABT is committed to working with its customers to deliver comprehensive, full-service DC power management solutions at the best possible cost,” Fearn said.
About ABT Power Management, Inc. Founded in 2000, ABT designs innovative, cost-effective energy solutions driven by customized management programs to maximize the performance of DC power systems. ABT manages power for electric forklift fleets, mission critical facilities and telecommunications applications, delivering the lowest cost of ownership and highest return on investment for its customers. Headquartered in Greensboro, North Carolina, ABT has service centers located in Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. For more information, please visit http://www.wemanagepower.com