Laborde Appoints Performance Power Systems as Dealer

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Laborde Products has appointed Performance Power Systems as a new dealer.  Based in Savannah, Georgia, the company is a full-service marine diesel engine facility specializing in powertrain and generator systems.

 
"We wanted to represent the excellent Mitsubishi line but, we're also considering several of Laborde's other engines as well.  We look forward to building a great relationship with Laborde," said Dave Orr, Performance Power Systems president.  "We primarily serve Georgia, but work wherever the request takes us."
 
"Welcoming Performance Power Systems to the Laborde family of dealers is in keeping with our commitment to provide the very best service possible," said Laborde COO Doug Oehrlein.  "Dave Orr and his team have a wealth of experience and are known throughout the region for their high-quality workmanship."
 
Performance Power Systems specializes in megayachts, diesel generator sets and commercial vessels.  With a vast inventory of new, used and rebuilt systems, the company has a wide array of components and turnkey solutions to meet the toughest demands.
 
Laborde Products distributes fully mechanical Mitsubishi EPA Tier II propulsion engines in North America.  With a far-reaching territory, the company provides Mitsubishi engines from Texas east to Florida and New Orleans north to Minneapolis.
 

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