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Energy4Power London Show and Seminar

AKSA took  a lead role at the Energy4Power Live event recently in London; presenting a white paper to the conference attendees, showing two models from its diesel generator range as well as providing information to delegates from a table top display around the conference rooms. The venue at which AKSA exhibited two typical standby diesel generators was the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, Westminster, London. The Energy4Power Live event was organised by Global Media Publishing and combined leaders in their respective sectors; Genset Live, CHP Live, Renewables Live and UPS Live – all under one roof, and enabled consultants and energy specialists the chance to meet specialists from all 4 disciplines. AKSA’s Business Development Manager, Guy Gibson, presented Integrated Resilience and discussed the importance of designing a package solution rather than simply a genset or a number of kVA. AKSA combined its efforts with Helec Limited, who as a CHP specialist, offered their knowledge to delegates on a one to one basis. AKSA was one of only 3 companies who exhibited outside of the venue which in itself attracted the interest of delegates and passers-by.

AKSA Power generators adjacent to Westminster Abbey, London, England


AKSA International UK Ltd. Becomes a New Member to AMPS

P3250011AMPS stands for the Association of Manufacturers and suppliers of Power generating Systems.

AMPS is the trade association and industry voice for the UK’s world-leading diesel and gas-engine power generating sector.

The members vary in scale from global FTSE 100-listed companies to sole-trader manufacturers, but what all have in common is a commitment to the generating set industry and an understanding that raising standards, ensuring best-practice and safeguarding the future of our sector is best realised through a professional trade body promoting a culture of co-operation and teamwork.

“Obviously I was aware of AKSA and the good work they do,” revealed AMPS Director General Paul Blything. I visited Orhun,Guy and the team at their headquarters in Coalville and after an extended conversation with them about AMPS and its direction of travel was delighted that they decided to come on board…Adding companies like AKSA is important for the Association, and I’m confident they’ll benefit in turn from the services and resources we provide.”

500 kVa Aksa Generator for Breedon Aggregates Powmyre Quarry

Breedon-500 320x180 2This brand new 500 kVa Aksa generator was supplied by Wallace Power to Breedon Aggregates at their Powmyre Quarry near Forfar. This machine runs a 50hr week supplying the quarry with the necessary power for their crushing and screening plant as well as general site power. Wallace Power carried out a few subtle modifications to this set before delivery to help it cope with  the arduous conditions seen in a quarry environment and have put a service plan in place to ensure the longevity and reliability of the machine.
This is one of Aksa’s new range of generators for 2014 featuring a bunded base frame.

AKSA is the "Customer of the year" of Doosan

We are increasing our strength in the international markets by working together with the strongest suppliers of the world. Along with year 2013 star of export award, we have also been awarded by South Korean Doosan Motor Company, the biggest engine manufacturer of the world, with “The Best Customer in 2013 Award” for being the company who sold the highest quantity of generators with Doosan Engines around the world.

Bellwood Is Dressed to Sell

DSCF0165AKSA UK's Bellwood Rewinds in Hartlepool has received its AKSA dealer kit, which compliments the decor of the new purpose designed showroom, and provides a warm and professional experience for customers. Offering several choices from immediate stock; Bellwood offers the full AKSA Power Generation line up to 2500kVA. The theme is Power Your Future, which is the driving spirit of the global AKSA brand. Charles Bellwood is now just waiting for a break in the weather to announce his first open day.