Power Source Newsletters

Our Power Source eNewsletter is a resource to help dealers stay plugged into the news and information for powering their business.  Select articles from this newsletter can be found in this section.

02/22/2017 - 2017 Trade show season kicks off

Doosan Portable Power attended the annual World of Concrete trade show January 17 to 20 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. With more than 50,000 commercial and masonry professionals in attendance, Doosan Portable Power grabbed the attention of show attendees ready to make purchasing decisions. Booth attractions included the new LED option on an LSC light tower and afternoon beverages following a long day of checking out the latest innovations in equipment and product demonstrations.

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02/22/2017 - Service training improves more than knowledge

Did you know the technical support and training team offers more than troubleshooting support? Instructor-led and online classes go beyond increasing the knowledge of your service technicians. In fact, investing in training for your service personnel can have a direct impact on overall business success. Increased repeat business, improved customer satisfaction and decreased labor costs can all be tied to the level of training received by service technicians.

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12/08/2016 - Power University training boosts confidence and sales

Want to get ahead of the competition? Power University training offers all you need. Sessions include detailed product information, hands-on experience with machines, plus market insights to help you sell against the competition. Power University training is conducted by Doosan Portable Power product managers who are experts on Doosan air compressors, generators and light towers.

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12/08/2016 - Leading regional rental and equipment sales company supplies unfilled customer niches with the help of Doosan generators

With thirteen locations across three states, Hugg & Hall Equipment Co. has built a family-owned equipment supply store into a unique and wide-ranging equipment sales and rental company. With a team of 500 employees and 190 trained ASE-certified mechanics, the company continues to evolve, establishing a Utility Services division to address an underserved and often misunderstood industrial applications market

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12/08/2016 - New diesel engine oil classifications — what you need to know

To meet the needs of some new engine designs, the American Petroleum Institute (API) has introduced two new diesel engine oil classifications: FA-4 and CK-4. It is extremely important to understand these new classifications to prevent catastrophic engine damage that may occur if the wrong oil is used.

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