IPS acquires National Switchgear and National Field Services

By |  December 28, 2021

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IPS (Integrated Power Services), a provider of service, repair and engineering for electric motors, generators and rotating equipment, acquired National Switchgear and National Field Services.

National Switchgear and National Field Services are headquartered in Lewisville, Texas, providing a range of power delivery solutions. The company has five locations, including branch operations in San Marcos and League City, Texas, and Las Vegas and Reno, Nevada. The company also has three brands: National Switchgear, National Field Services and the National Training Center. 

“I couldn’t be more excited about teaming up with IPS,” says Doug Powell, National’s founding owner. “For years I have observed their (IPS’s) steady pursuit toward growth by blending technology, process improvements and safety into the fabric of their organization. I’m truly excited to team up with IPS and build out a national power services platform with that same degree of excellence.”

Adds John Zuleger, IPS president and CEO: “National Switchgear and National Field Services will become a platform for a new service division for IPS focused on adding power management services that are highly complementary to our existing offering. In combination, we will seek to become a trusted advisor to customers seeking to manage their power management and electromechanical equipment. The combined company offering will position IPS to identify and correct electrical losses for its customers, leading to safer, more reliable and energy-efficient operations.”

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