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Global Industrial Products debuts clean-energy unit

Global Industrial Products recently launched its new business division, Evergreen Drive Systems.

"Evergreen is the direct response to the increased need for clean energy integrated drive systems and demand of on-site engineering support," the company said in a statement. "Evergreen is a specialized solutions provider focused on electric vehicle components and drive systems used primarily in battery-powered equipment markets."

"This new division will tie together the parts distribution of Global with the engineering solutions offered by Evergreen Drive Systems," company president Thomas Howland said in a statement. "We receive daily feedback looking for alternative solutions on drive systems, especially given our expertise in AC systems. We want people to know there is a single source for support and components."

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