BU Power Systems can draw on many years of specialised knowledge in the operation and management of engines and generating sets. Every single customer and every single project is given individual attention. If necessary, the range of products and services is adjusted to the specific supply needs. “BU Power Systems, this name stands for expertise that has been acquired over decades and which we proactively take advantage of for our future. With this expertise and our unique service, we’ve managed to become the leading supplier of diesel- and gas-powered generating sets in Germany. Another advantage is the variety of products and the support we gain from FG Wilson, the worldwide leading manufacturer of generating sets. This cooperation enables us to achieve the ambitious goals you have set for us with a maximum of individuality and professionalism,” stated Franz Focks, Managing Director of BU Power Systems. BU Power Systems evolved from the company “Motoren Bücker & Essing”. In recent years, the company has grown to over 100 employees across Germany. The company moved into its new headquarters in Ibbenbüren, North-Rhine Westphalia last year. A substantial range of generating sets and original parts by FG Wilson, as well as engine parts by Perkins are stored ready for delivery over 5,500 square meters. A modern workshop and a variety of testing devices are requirements for optimum service. Thanks to this equipment, BU Power Systems promises to meet individual repair and equipment requirements.
The speedy delivery of original spare parts is synonymous with high customer satisfaction. A warehouse management system specially developed for the needs of BU Power Systems ensures that the goods can be delivered efficiently and precisely over night.
“With a qualified team of engineers and service technicians, as well as five customer service centres across Germany, we are able to proactively support the operational performance of customers’ generating sets, independent of the location and the conditions, tailored fully to individual requirements,” explained Focks.