- 9 July 2019 14:26
Eaton and Natural Power Solutions celebrate 20-year anniversary in Sydney
SYDNEY, Australia. Natural Power Solutions (NPS), a leader in independent power quality and lightning protection services has celebrated 20 years of partnership with power management company Eaton at an event in Sydney.
Established in 1994, NPS services a range of industries across Australia and New Zealand including mining, security, transport, infrastructure and utilities.
Mark Sewell, Founder and Managing Director of NPS said: “Our longstanding partnership with Eaton has helped NPS grow from a small distributor to a leading power and protection solutions partner, supporting blue-chip clients.
“When I founded the company in my 20s, Eaton was one of our very first suppliers. The flexibility and ease of working with the team has helped support our journey to a $21 million business – serviced by 22 staff in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, Canberra and New Zealand.
“One of our key achievements is the way we have been able to develop and partner on projects for long-term growth, across a variety of sectors including telco communications and medical technology companies. These types of contracts have secured our business well into the future,” said Mark Sewell.
John Atherton, General Manager of Power Quality at Eaton said: “As we celebrate our 20-year partnership, we recognise the high performing team at NPS who consistently deliver quality power solutions for customers every year. Their dedication to partnerships at both the customer and vendor level have really enabled them to respond and deliver to our market. It’s a special opportunity to be part of this celebration with NPS as one of our certified partners.
“We look forward to working with NPS as they focus on edge computing opportunities and expanding into new sectors such as mining, security and government.”
NPS is one of four Eaton certified partners and recently won Certified Partner of the Year Award for Australia.
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- ENDS – About Eaton Eaton is a power management company with 2018 sales of $21.6 billion. Its energy-efficient solutions help customers effectively manage electrical, hydraulic and mechanical power more reliably, safely and sustainably. The company is dedicated to improving the quality of life and the environment through the use of power management technologies and services. Eaton employs 99,000 people worldwide, and sells products to customers in more than 175 countries. For more information, visit Eaton.com.
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