UPS to provide Eaton's power quality solutions across NZ

Thursday, 06 July, 2017

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UPS Power Solutions, a New Zealand-based company that specialises in clean power solutions, has strengthened its partnership to offer the complete Eaton range of DC solutions in New Zealand.

As part of this partnership, UPS will provide customers with access to a complete range of Eaton power quality products supported by an established distributor and service provider offering a quality service.  The ongoing partnership program includes an intensive engineering training and certification program on Eaton’s product technology, to offer UPS Power Solutions customers access to engineering expertise.

Eaton ANZ General Manager Power Quality John Atherton said the ongoing partnership with UPS Power Solutions means that New Zealanders have access to a higher standard of power when it’s most required.

“Financial services, healthcare facilities and telecoms are all essential, and guaranteeing power to them is paramount. UPS Power Solutions has consistently delivered a high standard of service to its customers, giving them access to power where they need it, when they need it.”

UPS Power Solutions has offices in both Auckland and Wellington, with accompanying warehouse facilities, and maintains a network of highly skilled subcontractors to provide nationwide support.

The company also works closely with customers to support risk mitigation strategies and disaster recovery planning for seismic events, like the 2016 Wellington earthquake. With 125 power outages affecting 348,503 people during 2016, as reported by Eaton’s Blackout Tracker, Eaton and UPS Power Solutions work in conjunction to reduce their impact and to help guarantee power even during emergencies.

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