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July 28, 2015 5:51 PM ET

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Company Overview of Waukesha-Pearce Industries, Inc.

Company Overview

Waukesha-Pearce Industries, Inc. distributes equipment for gas compression, power generation, earth moving, recycling, and mining industries. The company provides crawler dozers, off-road dump trucks, wheel loaders, motor graders, hydraulic and truck-mounted excavators, skid steers, track loaders, breakers and tamping equipment, planers and milling machines, compactors, pavers, shredders, grinders, trammels, shears, crushers, processors, material handlers, water tanks and trucks, and shovels. It also offers gas-driven power for land-based and offshore drilling rigs, fabricated power systems, commercial and industrial generators, automatic transfer switches, remote monitoring systems, and low...

12320 South Main Street

Houston, TX 77035

United States

Founded in 1924





Key Executives for Waukesha-Pearce Industries, Inc.

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Waukesha-Pearce Industries, Inc. Key Developments

FlexEnergy, Inc. Announces Partnership with Waukesha-Pearce Industries to Boost Distribution and Service Coverage

FlexEnergy, Inc. announced that it has partnered with Waukesha-Pearce Industries (WPI) as its distributor for FlexEnergy's robust turbine technology. The relationship will initially cover the Marcellus shale gas region. The relationship between WPI and FlexEnergy will initially integrate service support across a number of shared clients in the Marcellus shale gas region, before quickly expanding.

GE Expands Contract with WPI to Supply Waukesha Gas Engines to 48 US States

General Electric Company has announced that its Distributed Power business has expanded its contract with Waukesha-Pearce Industries, Inc. to supply Waukesha gas engines to 48 states in the lower US. Customers utilizing Waukesha equipment in the US often operate in multiple areas across the country. This expansion provides a single distributor point of contact in the US for genuine Waukesha parts and a consistent, high standard in expert aftermarket support. Comparable engine manufacturers in the US often have numerous points of contact for customers with multi-state operations. Customers active throughout the US will have the option of turning to a single, expert service organization for their entire domestic Waukesha fleets.

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