UPS Ltd – The story of our UPS Company
Paving the way in power protection innovation
Kohler acquires Pure Power Systems.
After 15 successful years based in Aldermaston, UPS Ltd relocates to prestigious new offices in Hook, Hampshire.
UPS Ltd is acquired by Kohler Power Group, a global leader in engines and power generator systems. At the time, Dick Fotsch, Kohler Power Group president, is quoted as saying: “Bringing UPS Ltd into our Power Group is an appropriate extension to our business. As we seek to become a full ‘systems’ supplier in the worldwide power generation market, UPS Ltd’s incredible maintenance and service reputation in the uninterruptible power supply category is a strong complement to providing complete power solutions for our customers.”
Building on its reputation for quality, UPS Ltd certified to BSI EN ISO 9001:2008, The UPS company follows this by gaining certification for environmental procedures ISO 14001 and health & safety procedures OHSAS 18001, and is recognised as an Investor in People.
The UPS company is bought by members of the management team backed by Barclays Ventures.
UPS Ltd extends its service capability across the UK to further cement its reputation of uncompromising service excellence with its customers.
UPS Ltd is the first UPS company to launch the three-phase transformerless, modular UPS in the UK.
UPS Ltd publish the first edition of “The UPS Handbook”. The book, which is now in its third edition, is an all-inclusive guide to understanding, designing and implementing uninterruptible power supply and power protection systems, and has sold almost 30,000 copies worldwide.
UPS Ltd introduces the first three-phase transformerless & parallel technology uninterruptible power supply into the UK power protection market.
Rapid growth in business leads to a move to larger premises at Calleva Business Park, Aldermaston, UK, which is now the location of UPS Ltd’s global HQ.
Uninterruptible Power Supplies Ltd is established by five founder members, and begins operating out of a small office in Theale, Berkshire, UK