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PowerMax Converters Marks 500,000th Unit Sold

November 18, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Lakewood Ranch, Fla.-based PowerMax Converters reported that it had recently sold its 500,000th unit. The company produces AC/DC converters, battery chargers and transfer switches for the RV aftermarket.

“We have hit the 500,000 mark in under four years, said Errin Tribble, vice president of sales. “That’s quite an accomplishment.”

National Sales Manager Graham McWilliam added, “Dealers are starting to find out about us and are hearing good things. We get calls every day from new Dealer’s looking for our product.”

PowerMax recently debuted its PM3-120, a 120-amp converter for the RV industry, that complements its 15-, 35-,45-,55-,60-,75-,80- and 100-amp models.

In addition to the RV sector, PowerMax is also a valued supplier of several high-profile auto-based companies. For more information visit www.powermaxconverters.com.

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Two Industry Veterans Start Converter Company

January 20, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Industry veterans Errin Tribble and Cory Wright recently launched a new company, PowerMax Converters, and have begun selling their line of AC/DC converters and automatic transfer switches.

According to a press release the Lakewood Ranch, Fla.-based company will focus on several markets and products will feature one of the best warranties in the industry.

“We wanted to focus on making a product that has the best quality at the most reasonable price” said Wright.

Tribble, who has a lengthy background in the power converter industry, noted, “We just need to focus on getting dealers to look at our products. Once they have one in their hands they will buy more.”

Tribble added that by offering different buying options, the dealers will be able to “see the advantages of using Powermax as the quality source replacement for all converter and transfer switches in the field.”

 

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