Power Solutions International Agrees to Acquire Ricardo's Chicago Technical Center R&D Facility
According to PSI management, the advanced R&D facility provides three strategic benefits that will immediately provide positive impact for the Company's on-road, stationary and mobile industrial engine programs: increased speed to market response; greater ability to innovate and optimize product performance and reliability; and lower cost of product development through direct control of in-house EPA and CARB-certified testing cell operations, scheduling, and management of the industry-leading engine testing center.
"We are excited to expand and strengthen our development and testing capabilities, while also increasing our capacity," said
This purchase will strengthen PSI's and Ricardo's strategic technology relationship that supports many of the new areas of PSI's expansion. Ricardo has a longstanding global reputation for advanced engine development and concepts, most recently focusing on hybrid, electrification and
autonomous vehicle controls. "PSI has an advanced engineering team that we have cooperated with over the years, and this new relationship will provide great value to both companies," said
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PSI develops and delivers powertrains purpose-built for Class 3 through Class 7 medium-duty trucks and buses for the North American and Asian markets, including work trucks, school and transit buses, terminal tractors, and various other vocational vehicles. In addition, PSI develops and delivers complete industrial power systems that are used worldwide in stationary and mobile power generation applications supporting standby, prime, distributed generation, demand response, and co-generation power (CHP) applications; and mobile industrial applications that include forklifts, aerial lifts, industrial sweepers, aircraft ground support, arbor, agricultural and construction equipment.
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