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Lt. Governor Tate Reeves visits Taylor Power Facility

Taylor Power Systems was pleased to have Mississippi Lieutenant Governor Tate Reeves visit the manufacturing facility. The purpose of Lt. Governor Reeves visit was to hold a press conference to unveil his new workforce development plan. Lex Taylor, Chairman of the Taylor Group of Companies, was on hand to welcome and introduce Lt. Governor Reeves to those in attendance. In addition to the press conference, Lt. Governor Reeves took a tour of the manufacturing facility, during which he greeted and visited with Taylor Power employees.

The proposed workforce development plan would invest $100 million to increase the number of skilled workers coming out of schools and colleges, plus develop a positive work culture long term.

TPS hosts Clinton Chamber of Commerce Leadership Class

Recently Taylor Power Systems hosted the Clinton Chamber of Commerce Leadership Clinton class in the training room at our manufacturing facility. The class learned about branding and economic development from officials with the city of Clinton, including Mark Jones, Communication Director, Gabriel Pardo, Economic Development Director, and Mayor Phil Fisher. The day concluded with a guided tour of the Taylor Power Systems facility. Taylor Power enjoyed hosting the Clinton Chamber, Mayor Phil Fisher and everyone that visited as a part of the Leadership Clinton program.

Taylor Power Systems receives Large Business of the Year Award

Taylor Power Systems was honored to receive the award for Large Business of the Year at the 2019 Clinton Chamber of Commerce Annual Celebration. Taylor Power Systems is proud to support the Clinton Chamber of Commerce, and is fortunate to be a productive member of the Clinton community. Accepting the award for Taylor Power Systems at the 2019 Clinton Chamber of Commerce Annual Celebration was (L to R) General Manager Steve Duke, Rental Sales Manager Frank Ford, and Production Manager Glen Carroll.

The Taylor Group Promotes Steve Duke to Senior Staff

Management of The Taylor Group of Companies (TTG) announced the promotion of Steve Duke to senior staff. Duke was promoted to Manager of Taylor Power Systems (TPS) earlier this year. Prior to manager, Duke served as General Service Manager of TPS for four years. Duke has been in the power generation and equipment industry for over 34 years and has previously worked with a Caterpillar and a Kohler distributor.

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Pioneer Critical Power becomes a Taylor Power Authorized Dealer

Taylor Power Systems, Inc. (TPS) located in Clinton, Mississippi, welcome Pioneer Critical Power to its Nationwide network of dealers. TPS is continuing its efforts to provide customers with dealers who are knowledgable in generator sales and service. Pioneer Critical Power has offices in Minneapolis MN, Duluth MN, Omaha NE and Doral FL...

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Pat Shaw promoted to Corporate Parts & Inventory Control Manager

Taylor Power is pleased to announce that Pat Shaw will be the Corporate Parts & Inventory Control Manager effective today. Pat will manage all Parts Departments including the Clinton Manufacturing facility and all Taylor Power Service Centers. With the many years of parts industry experience that Pat has, he will help negotiate lower costs on parts and components used in the manufacturing of our generators just as he has done for our Service Centers over the past several years. Pat will help reduce our non-moving inventories with his creative ideas and past parts sales experience. The Purchasing Agent will report to Pat. This position will report to the General Manager.

Please congratulate Pat and offer your support as he undertakes the enormous task.

Richard Steinwinder promoted to Service Operations Manager

Taylor Power is pleased to announce that Richard Steinwinder will be the Service Operations Manager effective today. Richard will be responsible for overall service operations including management of our Service Centers along with the management of the Technical Support Group, including Warranty, Training, Quality Control and Safety. Richard's 11 years of experience as a Service Manager will be used to assure that we are responsive to our customer and dealer product support needs. Richard has grown the Clinton Service Department to new levels and will do the same in growing each of our Service Centers along with growing our support for dealers and customers. This position will report to the General Manager.

Please congratulate Pat and offer your assistance as he accepts this new responsibilities.

Kathy Ebarb appointed to Service Manager of Baton Rouge Store.

Taylor Power is pleased to announce that Kathy Ebarb will be taking responsibility as Service Manager for the Geismar store,(Baton Rouge, LA Area), in addition to the Bossier City store. Kathy will manage both stores from her current office in Bossier City. Under Kathy?s management, Bossier City had the largest percentage of growth from 2015 to 2016 of all TPS Service Departments at 36%. Kathy has grown the Bossier City service sales over 50% during the past five years. With her proven results, years of service management experience and knowledge of our company systems and procedures, Kathy will work to grow the Geismar store in the same manner.

Please congratulate Kathy and offer your support as she works to grow a greater presence in the Baton Rouge Area.
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