Power company opens North America office

Traco Power has opened an office in Silicon Valley to provide increase service to its North American customer base.


Traco Power, a designer and manufacturer of ac/dc and dc/dc power conversion, products, opened its Silicon Valley, Calif., office to provide increased service to its customer base throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Traco's products and services are designed for industries such as industrial and information technology (IT), transportation, medical and healthcare, automation and control, and renewable energy and smart grids. Traco Power North America, a wholly owned subsidiary of Traco Electronic AG with headquarters in Baar, Switzerland, will support the North American distribution network and support customers directly with both technical and commercial support. Paul Christiansen, President, said that they are looking to further develop the North American market and make investments in personnel as well as develop and enhance their product portfolio.

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- Edited from a Traco Power press release by CFE Media. See more Control Engineering energy and power stories.

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