Nixon Power Services, the World’s largest Kohler Power generation distributor, is excited to announce the expansion of its authorized Kohler Product Sales and Aftermarket territory to include Alabama and Southern Georgia.
Previously, Nixon’s territory included all or parts of six states (TN, KY, IN, NC, SC, and GA). With 230 current team members (75 factory certified service technicians), Nixon will scale operations to ensure premium products and services are delivered to all current Kohler Power customers in Alabama and Southern Georgia.
Nixon began operations in 1914 and has represented Kohler Power for the last 50+ years across the Southeastern United States. In the generator business for over 75 years, Nixon is focused exclusively on the power generation marketplace, providing industrial, residential and marine generators and aftermarket parts and services.
With the implementation of its proven processes and commitment to customer focus, Nixon’s Product Sales business has tripled in the past four years and Aftermarket Business is up >50%.
Alabama and South Georgia Kohler Power customers can expect the following:
- Expert project design assistance from Nixon’s Application Engineering professionals.
General Contractors & Electrical Contractors:
- Competitive pricing and value engineering options from Nixon’s Inside/Outside Sales Team.
- Best-in-class project execution from Nixon’s Project Management/Project Engineering team.
- Nixon’s Aftermarket Team and Certified Technicians will act as trusted advisors by maximizing uptime and prioritizing critical needs.
- Technical training, sales and marketing support, inventory management from Nixon’s Dealer Support Team.
Nixon Power Services CEO, Ron Stanley, outlined that the territory expansion aligns with Nixon’s mission to deliver broader value to the market and customers. He stated, “Opportunity alone does not translate to increased market penetration and satisfied customers, but through strategy, team investment and premium customer service, Nixon will achieve new heights in Alabama and South Georgia.”