Wilsonville, Ore.-based NTP Distribution and Wuxi Kipor Power Co. Ltd., have entered an exclusive partnership for the RV Industry developing quality generators with high-end features at a very competitive price to dealerships.
“The Wuxi Kipor Power Co. generator line is well respected all over the world for continuous quality improvement learned in servicing high demand clients such as military, regional governments, and large corporations in several countries,” Greg Boyd, CEO for NTP, said in a press release. “This continuous quality improvement from Wuxi Kipor Power Co. will provide NTP’s customers high-end features, such as parallel power, at a very competitive price point.”
NTP said it has worked the greater part of a year with China-based Wuxi Kipor Power Co. to create an infrastructure to completely support NTP’s customers in the sales and service efforts with the Wuxi Kipor Power Co., Ltd generators.
“As we were developing the contract with Wuxi Kipor Power Company, we were looking for the best product and services for our dealerships and warranty protection,” said Boyd. “Kipor represents that quality and we know that together we are going to market with a superior product.”
As NTP gets ready to launch this new relationship they have also set up training classes that will be held throughout the United States. These classes will train customers on the benefits and servicing requirements of the Kipor generators.
“It is critical that when we bring on a line as comprehensive as this one that we are providing our dealer partners with the highest in education and training,” said Mark Jenson, vice president of sales and marketing. “NTP’s goal has always been to partner with our customers and we can achieve this through integrated training on this line.”
As a distributor, NTP has partnered with many exclusive lines to provide exceptional service, products and price to their dealer partners, said Boyd. This relationship with Wuxi Kipor Power Co. will further NTP’s commitment to provide the right products, and the right price for the RV industry, he added.