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Waukesha Names New Distributor


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Waukesha Engine, Dresser, Inc. has signed an agreement with TechnoServ AS for distribution, service and commissioning of its natural gas fueled engines in Russia. Founded in 1992 to market, install and support large computer systems, TechnoServ AS has grown to become the largest Russian company dedicated to business systems and energy integration. Based in Moscow, TechnoServ AS has offices in St. Petersburg and Novosibirsk, along with a wide network of regional partners. Over the years, the company has formed business partnerships with manufacturers of energy production and control equipment to provide total facility integration and management. With 490 employees, TechnoServ has developed and installed more than 700 projects for more than 300 enterprises in 53 regions of Russia.

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