Powerbox acquires Eplax, Strengthening Custom Power Offering
Powerbox announced today that it has acquired the privately-held German power supply manufacturer Eplax. The acquisition strengthens Powerbox custom-power capabilities, addressing its four major markets – industrial, medical, railway/transportation, and defense – for which the company designs and distributes premium power conversion solutions for systems requiring high reliability.
With more than 80 years of combined expertise, Powerbox and Eplax have delivered more than 3,500 custom-power solutions for a variety of demanding applications worldwide. Formed in 1964 (VERO) the company Eplax has a track record of more than 1,000 successful custom-power projects. With their in-depth competence, they are known for exceeding customersâ€™ expectations in quality, robustness and energy efficient optimization, contributing to longer lifetime and reliability of products. The company portfolio also includes a large range of standard products for rack type applications.
â€œPowerbox and Eplax have a long history in serving some of the worldâ€™s most demanding industries with high quality customized power solutions, bringing simplicity into complex power applicationsâ€ said Martin SjÃ¶strand, Powerbox C.E.O. â€œWe are thrilled by this acquisition, which by adding Eplax expertise and skilled employees to the Powerbox Group will benefit all of our customers and support the companyâ€™s strategy of bringing simplicity and quality into complex power systems.â€
â€œThe previous long lasting working partnership between Powerbox and Eplax has already shown that the combined competences and assets have been valued by our common customers. Together we offer the marketplace leading technical and cost-optimized solutionsâ€ said Andreas Mielke, Eplax co-owner. â€œIâ€™m convinced that with our enhanced worldwide sales presence, in combination with a strong R&D capability and standard portfolio range, we can jointly exploit the full potential of our capabilities to achieve further success in the market place.â€