The acquisition of Switchgear Unlimited expands RESA Power’s presence in the Southeast US and deepens our capabilities in servicing utilities and industrial end users.
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) June 17, 2013
RESA Power Solutions (“RESA Power”) announced it has completed the acquisition of Switchgear Unlimited. Headquartered in Plant City, Florida, Switchgear Unlimited is a reconditioner and distributor of switchgear, circuit breakers and other power distribution and circuit protection equipment. Switchgear Unlimited has been serving the industrial electrical power utilization and generation industries for over 25 years with a commitment to quality and customer service..
RESA Power Solutions is the market leader in recycled, reconditioned and remanufactured power distribution and circuit protection equipment. From Low Voltage Molded Case Circuit Breakers to Medium and High Voltage Breakers and Switchgear, RESA supports and services all current and obsolete electrical equipment.
Dorian Alexandrescu, CEO of RESA Power, said “The acquisition of Switchgear Unlimited expands RESA Power’s presence in the Southeast US and deepens our capabilities in servicing utilities and industrial end users. We welcome the Switchgear Unlimited employees to the RESA Power family and look forward to working together to continue to serve our customers.”
Al Vila, CEO of Switchgear Unlimited, said, “This acquisition is a positive outcome for our employees and customers. In joining RESA Power, we will now be able to provide additional services and capabilities, while maintaining the quality and reliability our customers have come to expect. I look forward to working with Dorian and the RESA team to continue to grow the business organically and through acquisition.”
ABOUT RESA POWER SOLUTIONS
RESA Power Solutions is comprised of business units across the United States specializing in various niche power distribution & circuit protection markets such as obsolete & hard-to-find inventory, fast turnaround on current model equipment, and creative solutions to complex electrical problems. RESA has four primary distribution facilities across the U.S., allowing for nearly 15 acres of power distribution and control equipment. RESA now employs field sales engineers in 11 states and serves every major US metropolitan area through our network of companies. For more information visit the RESA Power website http://www.resapower.com.