Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Americas (MHPS Americas) has integrated all operations of PW Power Systems’ (PWPS) Industrial Gas Turbine (IGT) division with Mechanical Dynamics and Analysis (MD&A). Both businesses are widely recognized leaders in providing power generation service, parts, and repairs. This integration will be effective April 1, 2018.
For more than three decades, MD&A has been the resource companies sought as a trusted alternative to provide service, parts, repairs and upgrades for a variety of gas turbines, steam turbines, and generators. MD&A has built a reputation as an experienced and customer-focused source for service to its global customer base regardless of OEM equipment type. With the addition of PWPS’ leading experience in the hot gas path component and repair space, customers will now find fully integrated service capabilities available with one trusted team.
MD&A CEO John Vanderhoef said, “MD&A has been committed to providing unmatched customer service for upgrades, maintenance, and parts for more than 30 years, but the addition of PWPS’ products and people will truly make the business a holistic provider of power generation services. We’re excited to integrate our capabilities with the widely respected and proficient team at PWPS and know that this combined effort will better deliver enhanced value to our customers.”
Mechanical Dynamics & Analysis (MD&A) provides power generators around the globe with a full-service, OEM-alternative for services, parts, and repairs for gas turbines, steam turbines and generators. In our 35 years, our commitment to excellence has earned customer trust for all turbine-generator needs. We focus on delivering consistent quality and value with fast response, superior communications, and innovative solutions.
MD&A is easy to work with. We provide immediate access to expert help when you need it, where you need it. For every repair job, large or small, the speed and effectiveness of our response team is matched only by the depth and breadth of our engineering expertise.
PW Power Systems, formerly Pratt & Whitney Power Systems, was acquired by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., in May 2013 and changed its name to PW Power Systems, Inc. (PWPS). Transitioned to MHPS in August 2017 and then integrated with MHPS Americas in April 2018, PWPS has exclusive access to Pratt & Whitney® advanced technology, future development rights to Pratt & Whitney aero-engines, as well as ongoing engineering and aero-engine production.
PWPS has over 2,000 gas turbine units installed and has designed and built 300 turnkey systems. PWPS offers both simple and combined-cycle units which have accumulated over 19 million operating hours.
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