The Australian company powering up business around the country

The Australian company powering up business around the country

This is advertiser content for CD Power.

Supplying access to power no matter how remote the location of a job has been at the heart of one Australian company that has grown from humble beginnings in South Australia 35 years ago to become one of the country's most successful.

CD Power, a proudly Australian owned and operated company since 1985, designs, builds and services generators and other engine driven equipment to meet its customers remote power needs.

With its head office in Wingfield South Australia plus a regional office in Roma Queensland that for the past nine years has been focused on supplying and servicing our customers in the oil and gas industry and providing support to other customers in the region, CD Power is focused on providing the best equipment and service.

Starting out as Central Diesel, CD Power was founded by two brothers who were experts in diesel engine applications. From designing and building diesel powered generators and pumps, they expanded into developing a range of power products that used crude oil, a cheap and common fuel used in the oil fields.

Initially approaching Santos with their products and demonstrating the cost savings achievable with crude fuelled generators and pump drives, it wasn't long before they were supplying many of the oil and gas companies with various types of power equipment.

In 2011, Central Diesel was acquired by the company's current owner and became CD Power. Development of natural gas fuelled generators and power units specifically for remote well site power applications further expanded the company's expertise.

Now, with the current environment and the increasing availability of renewable technology, CD Power has also developed solar hybrid systems that can be used in combination with existing diesel generator systems - to offset fuel costs, or in complete stand-alone applications to achieve zero emissions.

Sun power: CD Power has developed solar hybrid systems that can be used in combination with existing diesel generator systems.

Sun power: CD Power has developed solar hybrid systems that can be used in combination with existing diesel generator systems.

Today, CD Power employs a team of 48 talented staff across its branches, including electricians and mechanical fitters, service technicians, in-house design engineers and sales staff.

The aim is to make sure all its customers' remote power needs are covered, be it off-the-shelf diesel powered generators or custom-built gensets with integrated solar hybrid systems, and comprehensive aftersales service and spare parts support.

CD Power's ability to custom build or modify off-the-shelf power solutions to meet requirements, coupled with a team of qualified service and installation technicians, ensures any remote power applications are possible. With service technicians in South Australia routinely travelling to customers in metropolitan and rural locations to provide installation, service and maintenance in many different businesses and organisations.

Focused on quality, CD Power has long-standing partnerships with leading and trusted brands such as Deutz, Kubota, Yanmar, John Deere and Donaldson just to name a few, and an experienced sales and spare parts team committed to assisting customers find the best products and parts to suit all needs. With a comprehensive range of OEM and aftermarket parts in stock and a reliable freight network, CD Power can provide customers anywhere in Australia or overseas with the best possible support to keep equipment up and running.

Today, CD Power continues to grow and diversify, serving not only major industry but also homes and small businesses, rural and agricultural sectors including farmsteads with either off-the-shelf generators or specially built power applications for industries.

Find out how CD Power can help you with your power needs. Head to the website or call 1300 654 547

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