Kraft Power was founded in 1965 in Boston, Massachusetts. Initially named “W. A. Kraft Corp”, the company distributed and serviced industrial engines, transmissions, and clutches. We designed and manufactured engine-generator systems, and were among the pioneers of “Total Energy” (now known as Combined Heat and Power) power plants, as well as of emergency generator systems and service programs. Early projects included on-site power systems supplied to facilities such as the World Trade Center, Federal Reserve Bank, the Statue of Liberty, and Yankees Stadium in New York, as well as many hospitals, factories, communications, and municipal projects that require reliable energy. Today Kraft Power operates nine sales and service facilities in eight states, with a staff of over 170 professionals dedicated to service excellence.
Kraft Power is a family business that strives to build long-term mutually rewarding relationships with clients, suppliers, and employees. We take pride in the employees who choose to build their careers with Kraft Power. For example, more than a quarter of our employees have served with the company for over 15 years, enabling us to offer a unique depth of experience and problem solving knowledge. We are small enough to be responsive, care for, and know our clients, but big enough to deliver industry leading services and products.
We are proud to partner with best-in-class manufacturers in order to offer our clients leading edge technology and solutions. Our equipment and experience in a wide range of industrial, marine, renewable, mechanical and hydraulic power applications backs our commitment to deliver innovative, cost-effective, and reliable solutions every day.
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