Worldwide Power Products Named to Houston’s “Best Places to Work” List by Houston Business Journal

Houston, TX, (September 6, 2012)—Worldwide Power Products (WPP), a power-generation equipment provider to industrial clients worldwide, today announced the Houston Business Journal has named WPP to its 2012 list of Houston’s Best Places to Work. The annual list ranks Houston businesses in four categories based on size. WPP was honored in the Houston-Based Company with 10-100 Employees category.

“Coming on the heels of our being named one of America’s Fastest Growing Private Companies (Inc.; 2012), this honor is especially exciting, said WPP Executive VP Mark Lum. “It tells the world not only that we have a compelling business model and strong management team, but also that we are committed to creating a quality work environment for the employees who drive our success.”

Winners of the Houston Business Journal Best Places to Work Awards will be honored at a special ceremony on Friday, October 19, 2012 at the Royal Sonesta Hotel Houston. Individual rankings will also be announced at that time.

About Worldwide Power Products

Recognized by Forbes Magazine in 2011 as one of America’s most promising companies and by Inc. in 2012 as one of America’s Fastest Growing Private Companies, Worldwide Power Products specializes in power generation equipment including new and used engines and generator sets, including portable generators. As an independent company based in Houston, Texas, the company buys, sells and rents new and used generator sets and engines worldwide. In addition, the firm provides rental services for job sites in Texas, Louisiana and the Gulf of Mexico, and offers a standby generator program nationwide. Generator sets range in size from 20kW – 2500kW and engines range in size from 150hp – 4000hp. Brand specialties include Caterpillar generator sets and engines and Cummins generator sets.

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