San Jose, CA, August 27, 2015 – RESA Power Solutions, the market leader in life extension solutions for power distribution equipment, has strengthened its service offering in the Northeast region by bringing on board the team of technicians and specialists from the Highlands, New Jersey-based electrical testing firm, Command Management, Inc.
Command Management, Inc. has been providing electrical testing, commissioning and load bank battery services to the New York metro, New Jersey and Connecticut regions for over 20 years. “RESA’s Shelton, Connecticut location has done business with Command Management for over 10 years and we have seen first-hand what phenomenal service they provide their customers. I look forward to offering these services to the RESA Power Solutions customers, ” says Dorian Alexandrescu, President and CEO of RESA Power Solutions.
Allen Resch, owner and CEO of Command Management, Inc. said, “I am very pleased to become a part of RESA Power Solutions. By combining RESA and Command Management’s products and services, customers can work with one company for a broad array of electrical needs.”
RESA plans to continue to operate this service group with its current local staff and leadership from its existing location in Highlands, NJ until a larger facility can be secured in the area.
ABOUT RESA POWER SOLUTIONS
RESA Power Solutions is the market leader in life extension solutions for power distribution equipment. RESA is comprised of business units across the United States specializing in various niche power distribution & circuit protection markets such as obsolete & hard-to-find inventory, fast turnaround on current model equipment, engineering services and testing & maintenance. RESA has several primary distribution facilities and service centers across the U.S., accommodating one of the largest inventory of power distribution and control equipment in North America. RESA now employs field sales engineers around the country and serving every major US metropolitan area through our network of business units.