CES Power, Memphis, Tenn., a global provider of sustainable mobile power generation, distribution and temperature control solutions for large events, has acquired Euro Touring Power (ETP), a provider of electrical equipment and air conditioning rental for touring productions throughout Europe. The acquisition expands CES Power’s reach overseas, giving the company a new hub in Ireland with access to all of Europe. CES Power is backed by industrial-focused private equity firm Allied Industrial Partners. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
ETP is based in Dublin and supplies transformers, cables, distribution boxes, and stage air conditioning to large shows and events. The company provides the equipment that powers major entertainment, sports and corporate productions throughout Europe. Managing Director Vincent Campion and the ETP management team will remain with the company.
“Expanding overseas has always been part of our business plan, and we are excited to gain a strong foothold in Europe with the addition of ETP, an experienced partner with a reputation for quality equipment and superior service. We expect to work closely with Vincent and his team to build our customer base and add exciting new products as we grow the CES brand in Europe,” said Greg Landa, CEO of CES Power.
“We are delighted to join CES Power and its affiliate CES Technologies, as they share our commitment to providing our customers with exceptional, world-class experiences,” said Campion. “We look forward to leveraging CES Power’s deep resources and expertise in the U.S. to support our continued growth.”
In conjunction with CES Power’s expansion and acquisition of ETP, the company announced the launch of CES Global. This new division serves as an extension of CES Power, designed to focus on delivering the company’s signature mobile power generation, distribution, and temperature control solutions globally, starting initially with Europe.