Power Systems & Controls is proud to announce a partnership with Toshiba of Tokyo, Japan. Toshiba Corporation is a Japanese multinational engineering and electronics conglomerate. PS&C will begin offering Toshiba UPS systems, as well as, static frequency converters later next month. These solid-state systems will certainly diversify PS&C’s current product offerings and further support the rotary products already in place. PS&C understands that the needs of our customers change with time, and that as a company we must evolve in order to better position ourselves to support our customers and clients in the future. Representatives from Toshiba met with PS&C executives early last month to finalize the project.
PS&C Engineering personnel will be travelling for training this month, in order to learn about the equipment and receive certifications from Toshiba. Power Systems & Controls will be the only company in Virginia permitted to represent Toshiba in the area. PS&C is excited about this move as it will allow us to better transition into the solid-state topology. It will also provide important insight for PS&C as we begin to learn about solid-state technology, and how we can incorporate this new technology moving forward. We at Power Systems & Controls know that there is never just one solution for every application, and that we have to offer as many viable solutions as possible to best support our customers in bringing their projects to fruition. We look forward to this partnership and are excited for what the future holds.
Power Systems & Controls is a world leader in power quality and power protection technology, building systems for mission critical applications world-wide. Clients include many of the world’s leading research and test laboratories, rail and sea mass transit, advanced manufacturing, and data centers. The company was founded in 1965 by CAT. Today the company is headquartered in Richmond, VA and supports the USG and DOD, Fortune 500, and many other international organizations on a wide range of applications. We don’t just solve power problems; we engineer power solutions.