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Louisiana-based telecoms firm invests in standby generators service

May 4, 2018

 

GAGE, a US telecommunications company, plans to improve its services by acquiring a standby generator service provider in Louisiana.

 

GenTech Power Solutions provides installation, maintenance and repairs of standby generators for homes and businesses across southeast Louisiana, featuring such brands as Briggs & Stratton, Cummins and Generac.

 

GAGE, an authorised partner of Cummins Power Generation commercial and residential standby generators, first included the emergency power units to improve its services in 2010.

 

GAGE’s vice-president Greg Wood said: “We saw the opportunity to bring the GAGE brand of services to an already outstanding group of customers built by GenTech.”

 

“GAGE and GenTech are established businesses providing similar services and both companies are very focused on delivering the highest quality customer experience, which makes this move a perfect fit.”

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