EnerQuest named Rittal Certified System Integrator
February 8, 2018
By Manufacturing AUTOMATION
Feb. 8, 2018 – Rittal is welcoming EnerQuest, a company that specializes in customized power distribution and electrical solutions, as its newest Certified System Integrator.
“We are pleased to welcome EnerQuest Services Inc. as our latest Power Distribution System Integrator. This is an excellent fit where their tremendous knowledge and experience in the power distribution field is combined with Rittal’s unique Maxi-PLS and Riline 60 busbar technology, creating value based solutions for the market,” Tim Rourke, president of Rittal Systems, said.
Headquartered in Mississauga, Ont., Rittal Systems is the Canadian Subsidiary of Rittal GmbH & Co. KG, Germany, a system supplier for enclosures, power distribution, climate control, IT infrastructure and software and services. Rittal’s Certified System Integrator (RCSI) program aims to offer customers a level of assurance that the partners are knowledgeable, experienced and proficient in specifying and integrating Rittal enclosure solutions.
These certified integrators are entitled to certain Certification Classifications: Certified Enclosure and Climate Control Integrators and Certified Power Distribution Integrators.
“At EnerQuest, we pride ourselves on offering customized power distribution, electrical and energy solutions to meet our customers’ specific needs. Our expert team has completed the training and guidance from Rittal’s team of technical experts and with our new designation as a Rittal Certified System Integrators, we are ready to offer enhanced power distribution services to our clients,” added Bill Parr, EnerQuest Services president.
EnerQuest Services was established by Bill and Arlene Parr in 2003 with the operation first starting out of a two-car garage. From humble beginnings, the company has since expanded to five facilities, including a permanent home in its 11th building, a 116,000-square-foot headquarters located in Harrow, Ont.
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