PRESS RELEASE: Powersource Projects builds upon backup power generator success in Thailand

Posted on April 6th, by GBP in News. No Comments

Powersource Projects builds upon backup power generator
success in Thailand

Using original generators and spare parts from OEMs is key.


Bangkok, Thailand – April 2, 2014 – Leading UK Power Generator supplier, Powersource Projects Ltd (Powersource) continues to promote its PowerPro range of generators and genuine maintenance, repair and rebuild spare parts, into the Thai market after the successful installation of two Perkins 2 x 2000 kVA generators at Suvarnabhumi Airport which is also known as Bangkok International Airport.


Powersource CEO Robert Millar visited Bangkok in mid-March, 2014 and was optimistic about sales in Thailand and SE Asia because there are few companies in the region which can offer quality assembly, test and dispatch of generator sets using genuine components. There are so many using either low grade components or sadly in some cases “copy” components resulting in under performance or premature failure and then a consequent lack of warranty support and back up.


Powersource only builds generators from components sourced from well-known engine manufacturers such as Volvo, Scania, Perkins and MTU. When asked about the situation in Thailand where there is generally only one dealer for each engine manufacturer Mr. Millar commented “their [the dealers] prices tend to be high and usually they are not proactive in the market due to monopolistic tendencies.”  He continued by saying “this gives us an excellent opportunity to bring better value and service to our clients in Thailand.”


The Powersource line of generator sets is recommended as prime power or stand-by sources for industrial, commercial and residential applications, suited to most ambient conditions likely to be encountered around the globe. The photos below are examples of PowerPro branded generator sets supplied by Powersource Projects of Godalming, Surrey, United Kingdom. They can even be finished painted in other colours to suit corporate identity or project specific use according to customers’ needs.


Typical applications for PowerPro generator sets includes warehouses, business parks, hospitals, airports, factories, shops and any other end-users who require stand-by or continuous use power generators.


As a full UK member of AMPS (Association of Manufacturers of Power Generating Systems) and accredited to quality standard ISO 9001 – 2000, Powersource ensures that all generators are full function and resistive load tested prior to dispatch and built using best components and best possible current manufacturing techniques.


Additionally, all PowerPro sets and indeed many other gensets can be supported by the Powersource spare parts division that holds agencies for all the major component manufacturers in the engine, alternator and control system fields. A true one stop shop for 100% guaranteed genuine parts.


Powersource Projects is also marketing its products to other countries in Asia including Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos and the Philippines and has ambitious expansion plans to set up a regional office in Bangkok at some point in the future.


For South East Asian Enquiries:

Paul T. Roy


Vienna Capital Japan KK

3rd Floor

Sanno Park Tower

11-1 Nagatacho 2-chome


Tokyo 100-6103



Tel: 81 3 6205 3301



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