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Vertiv acquires datacentre cooling company, Energy Labs

By Digital Edge Bureau, 18.01.2018, 10:52
 
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Rob Johnson, CEO, Vertiv: The acquisition of Energy Labs hugely expands the solutions portfolio of Vertiv for datacentres

In a new development, Vertiv, world’s leading power conditioning solutions provider, has acquired Energy Labs, a privately owned, U.S-based manufacturer of custom air handling systems. The acquisition strengthens Vertiv’s leading position in the data center thermal management space and enables expansion into commercial and industrial segments with industry-leading cooling solutions.

Energy Labs manufactures custom air handling and modular solutions, including direct evaporative, indirect evaporative and direct expansion cooling technologies. These additions to the Vertiv portfolio significantly increase Vertiv capabilities in the commercial and industrial space, creating additional opportunities to work with universities, hospitals, airports, office buildings and other critical commercial segments where air handling systems are the preferred cooling solution.

“This acquisition supports our growth strategy to find companies that both align with our values and bolster our current offerings,” said Rob Johnson, CEO, Vertiv. “Energy Labs is a perfect fit, with talented people, innovative technologies and complementary expertise that will help us continue to meet the needs of our customers, while also expanding into adjacent markets”, added Johnson.

Ray Irani, President, Energy Labs, said, “This is an exciting step for Energy Labs, and I look forward to working with Vertiv to expand the impact our organizations can have together. The complementary nature of our portfolios and capabilities make this a natural fit for everyone involved and present a tremendous growth opportunity for the business, especially in the commercial and industrial space.”

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