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Italian UPS Manufacturer Riello UPS Eyes Growth in North America

Dayton, OH – Riello UPS, the fourth largest manufacturer of Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) in the world has set its sights on growth in North America, and has hired industry veteran Ed Kwiatkowski as their Business Development Manager.  Kwiatkowski, who is centrally located in Dayton, OH, is responsible for all sales and marketing activities.  Prior to joining Riello UPS, Kwiatkowski was president of UPS manufacturer Staco Energy Products. 

“Riello UPS has quietly grown to become the fourth largest manufacturer of UPS technology worldwide, so North America is a natural next step,” said Kwiatkowski.  “With a UL listed product ideal for a wide range of power ratings, we’re well positioned to serve data centers, industrial and manufacturing plants, offices and commercial sites and more.  We’re excited to greet prospective data center customers at the upcoming 24x7 Exchange event in Phoenix and other industry trade shows and conferences throughout the year.” 

Riello UPS, a brand of Riello Elettronica, is a leading manufacturer of Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) and among the top four manufacturers worldwide.  Their factory locations near Milano and Verona house Research & Development, Engineering, Manufacturing, Sales and Marketing, and Production and Shipping/Logistics.  Additionally, they have subsidiary companies in Germany, England, France, Spain, China, India, Singapore and Australia.    In China and India an assembling activity for the needs of the respective local markets is in progress, but all other international markets are supplied with Italian-built products.  Riello UPS is firmly committed to centralized manufacturing for its three-phase UPS products, citing full control of all stages of production as the major advantage.  For additional information visit them online at www.riello-ups.com or call (937) 886-5010.    

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