The engine, turbine, and power transmission equipment manufacturing industry is a crucial sector responsible for producing a wide array of essential components and equipment used in various applications. This industry plays a vital role in powering diverse sectors of the economy, including transportation, energy generation, industrial machinery, and more. Engine manufacturers produce internal combustion engines that power automobiles, trucks, marine vessels, and electricity generators, while turbine manufacturers produce gas turbines, steam turbines, and wind turbines used in power plants and aviation. Additionally, power transmission equipment manufacturers produce gearboxes, transmission systems, and drive shafts, which are essential for transferring mechanical power in various machinery and vehicles. The industry relies heavily on advanced technologies, precision machining, and strict quality control processes to ensure the products’ performance, efficiency, and reliability.
GAO’s RFID, BLE, IoT, and drone technologies have helped its customers in engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing Industry to improve their work processes, their operations and productivity by better management of their staff, materials and operational equipment such as The engine, turbine, and power transmission equipment manufacturing industry requires a diverse range of specialized equipment to design, fabricate, and assemble various components. Key equipment includes Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machines for precision machining of engine parts, turbines, and transmission components. Advanced 3D printers are employed for rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing.
Ranked as one of the top 10 global RFID suppliers, GAO RFID Inc. is based in New York City, U.S., and Toronto, Canada. GAO offers a comprehensive selection of UHF, HF (including NFC), and LF RFID (radio frequency identification) readers and tags, BLE (low energy Bluetooth) gateways and beacons, and various RFID and BLE systems such as people tracking, asset tracking, access control, parking control, fleet management, WIP (work in progress), and traceability. Such RFID and BLE products and systems, as well as their IoT and drone technologies, have been successfully deployed for engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing industry.
Applications & Benefits of GAO’s RFID, BLE, IoT & Drones for Engine, Turbine and Power Transmission Equipment Manufacturing
To satisfy its customers, GAO’s RFID or RFID Systems for engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing are offered in 2 versions. One version is that its software is running on a local server that normally is on our client’s premise, and another version runs in the cloud. The cloud server could be GAO’s cloud server, client’s own cloud server or a cloud server from one of the leading cloud server providers such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, IBM Cloud (formerly SoftLayer), Oracle Cloud, RedHat, Heroku, Digital Ocean, CloudFlare, Linode and Rackspace. The above illustrates GAO system for engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing with its software running on a local server.
The above illustrates the GAO system for engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing industry with its software running in the cloud.
GAO’s RFID technologies bring the many benefits to engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing industry:
- Improved Inventory Management: GAO’s RFID technology enables real-time tracking and monitoring of equipment and components, facilitating accurate inventory management and reducing the risk of stockouts or excess inventory.
- Enhanced Traceability: Our RFID tags can be attached to individual equipment and components, allowing for efficient tracking throughout the manufacturing process and supply chain. This improves traceability, making it easier to identify and resolve issues or defects.
- Increased Operational Efficiency: GAO’s RFID technology streamlines various manufacturing operations by automating data capture and reducing manual processes. This leads to increased operational efficiency, faster production cycles, and reduced errors.
- Enhanced Maintenance and Asset Management: Our RFID tags can be used to monitor equipment performance, schedule maintenance tasks, and track asset utilization. This enables proactive maintenance, minimizes downtime, and optimizes the lifespan of critical equipment.
GAO’s BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) technologies offer several advantages that make them particularly suitable for applications with larger workspaces within the turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing:
- Real-time Monitoring: GAO’s Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) technology enables real-time monitoring of equipment and machinery, providing valuable data on performance, operating conditions, and potential issues. This allows for proactive maintenance and minimizes downtime.
- Remote Control and Configuration: Our BLE technology allows for remote control and configuration of equipment and machinery, providing flexibility and convenience in managing operations without physical proximity.
- Energy Efficiency: GAO’s BLE devices consume minimal power, making them ideal for energy-conscious applications. They can be integrated into energy management systems to monitor and optimize energy usage, leading to cost savings and sustainability benefits.
- Asset Tracking and Management: Our BLE tags or beacons can be attached to equipment and components, enabling accurate and efficient asset tracking. This simplifies inventory management, reduces loss or theft, and improves overall operational efficiency.
GAO’s RFID and drone technologies are often combined and such solutions offer the following benefits to the turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing:
- Quick and Accurate Asset Inspection: Drones equipped with GAO’s RFID readers can swiftly scan and identify tagged assets, significantly reducing the time and effort required for manual inspections. This improves accuracy and enables proactive maintenance.
- Enhanced Security and Anti-Theft Measures: Our RFID tags on equipment can be linked to drone surveillance systems, triggering alerts if any asset is moved without authorization. This enhances security and helps prevent theft or unauthorized access.
- Remote and Inaccessible Area Monitoring: Drones equipped with GAO’s RFID technology can access remote or inaccessible areas to monitor equipment and assets. This is particularly beneficial for power transmission infrastructure located in challenging terrains or isolated locations.
- Rapid Emergency Response: In case of emergencies or breakdowns, drones equipped with our RFID readers can quickly locate and identify specific equipment needed for repairs, expediting response times and minimizing downtime.
Here are the benefits of GAO’s IoT technologies to the turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing:
- Data-Driven Decision Making: IoT generates a wealth of data that can be analyzed to gain insights into equipment performance, production processes, and resource utilization. This data-driven approach helps in making informed decisions, improving productivity, and optimizing resource allocation.
- Streamlined Supply Chain Management: IoT enables better visibility and tracking of inventory, materials, and components throughout the supply chain. This helps optimize logistics, minimize delays, and improve overall operational efficiency.
- Predictive Maintenance: IoT sensors can collect data on various parameters such as temperature, vibration, and energy consumption. Analyzing this data using predictive algorithms helps anticipate maintenance requirements, reducing unplanned downtime and optimizing equipment performance.
- Condition-based Monitoring: IoT devices can continuously monitor the condition of equipment, enabling manufacturers to detect early signs of potential failures or malfunctions. This allows for timely intervention, preventing costly breakdowns and minimizing repair costs.
GAO Helps Customers Comply with Standards, Mandates & Regulations of engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing
GAO RFID Inc. has helped many companies in engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing industry to deploy RFID, BLE, IoT and drone systems and to ensure such deployments complying with the applicable industry standards, mandates and government regulations:
RFID standards related to sub-industry:
Here is a List of relevant RFID standards related to Engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing:
- ISO 14443
- ISO 15693
- ISO 18000-6C (EPC Gen2)
- ISO 18000-6B
- ISO 17363
- Data Privacy and Security Standards
- Interoperability Guidelines
- Energy Efficiency and Sustainability Considerations
- Industry Best Practices for IoT Implementation
- Data Ownership and Consent Requirements
List of relevant drone standards related to Engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing:
- Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Regulations
- Drone Operator Certification
- Drone Registration
- Restricted Areas
- Flight Restrictions
U.S. Government Regulations
- Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Regulations
- Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Regulations
- National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Regulations
- Department of Energy (DOE) Regulations
- Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Regulations
- Trade and Tariff Policies
- National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standards
- Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Regulations
- Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Regulations
Canadian Government Regulations
- Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA)
- Canada Labour Code – Part II (Occupational Health and Safety)
- Canadian Environmental Assessment Act (CEAA)
- Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act (TDGA)
- Canada Consumer Product Safety Act (CCPSA)
- National Energy Board Act (NEBA)
- Canadian Electrical Code (CEC)
- Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Standards
- Canada-US-Mexico Agreement (CUSMA) Regulations (formerly NAFTA)
- Canadian Industrial Regulations and Codes for Safety and Quality Control.
GAO’s Software Provides API
GAO’s RFID and BLE software offers a free trial for both the server-based and cloud versions, and offers an API to the important systems in engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing industry:
- Employee scheduling and shift management
- Training and skills development tracking
- Performance evaluation and management
- Health and safety compliance monitoring
- Asset tracking and inventory management
- Preventive maintenance scheduling
- Equipment calibration and testing management
- Repair and replacement tracking
- Secure entry and access authorization
- Visitor management and tracking
- Employee identification and authentication
- Security monitoring and incident reporting
- Inventory control and optimization
- Order fulfillment and picking optimization
- Storage space utilization and layout planning
- Shipment tracking and logistics management
Supply Chain Management:
- Supplier relationship management
- Procurement and sourcing optimization
- Demand forecasting and planning
- Transportation and logistics coordination
- Quality control and defect tracking
- Environmental monitoring and compliance
- Energy consumption monitoring and optimization
- Regulatory compliance management
GAO has enabled its customers to make use of some of leading software and cloud services in Engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing. Below are some of popular software and cloud services in Engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing.
List of leading commercial software for personnel management, equipment management for Engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing
Personnel Management Software:
- ADP Workforce Now
- SAP SuccessFactors
- Oracle HCM Cloud
Equipment Management Software:
- eMaint CMMS
- Hippo CMMS
- Asset Panda
List of leading commercial cloud services for personnel management, equipment management for Engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing
Personnel Management Cloud Services:
- SAP SuccessFactors
- ADP Workforce Now
- Oracle HCM Cloud
Equipment Management Cloud Services:
- eMaint CMMS
- Hippo CMMS
- Asset Panda
List of leading commercial software for access control, warehouse management, supply chain management for Engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing
Access Control Software:
- HID Global’s Velocity Access Control Software
- Genetec Security Center
- LenelS2 OnGuard
- Honeywell’s WIN-PAK Access Control Software
- Avigilon Access Control Manager
Warehouse Management Software:
- SAP Extended Warehouse Management (EWM)
- Manhattan Associates’ Warehouse Management System (WMS)
- JDA Warehouse Management
- Blue Yonder (formerly JDA Software) Warehouse Management
- High Jump Warehouse Management System (WMS)
Supply Chain Management Software:
- SAP Integrated Business Planning (IBP)
- Oracle SCM Cloud
- Blue Yonder (formerly JDA Software) Supply Chain Management
- Kinaxis Rapid Response
- Infor Supply Chain Management (SCM)
- Access Control Cloud Services:
- HID Global’s Velocity Cloud
- Genetec ClearID
List of leading commercial cloud services for access control, warehouse management, supply chain management for Engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing
Warehouse Management Cloud Services:
- SAP Extended Warehouse Management (EWM) Cloud
- Blue Yonder (formerly JDA Software) Warehouse Management Cloud
- Manhattan Associates’ Warehouse Management Cloud
- HighJump Warehouse Management Cloud
- Zebra MotionWorks Warehouse
Supply Chain Management Cloud Services:
- SAP Integrated Business Planning (IBP) Cloud
- Oracle SCM Cloud
- Blue Yonder (formerly JDA Software) Supply Chain Management Cloud
- Kinaxis RapidResponse Cloud
- Infor Supply Chain Management (SCM) Cloud
- Salesforce – for customer relationship management (CRM) and sales automation
Case Studies of RFID Applications
Below are some RFID application cases in engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing:
RFID can be used to track and manage inventory in the manufacturing process. By attaching RFID tags to engine components, turbines, and power transmission equipment, manufacturers can monitor the movement of these items throughout the production facility, ensuring accurate inventory counts and minimizing errors.
RFID tags can be attached to valuable assets and equipment to track their location and status in real-time. This helps manufacturers locate and manage assets more efficiently, reducing the risk of loss or theft. It also enables better maintenance scheduling and optimization of asset utilization.
RFID technology can be used to monitor the progress of components and assemblies as they move through different stages of the manufacturing process. This provides manufacturers with real-time visibility into the production status, allowing them to identify bottlenecks, optimize workflows, and improve overall efficiency.
UHF RFID technology can be used to streamline the supply chain and logistics processes in the manufacturing industry. By tagging and tracking parts and equipment, manufacturers can enhance visibility, improve accuracy in inventory management, and enable more efficient shipping and delivery processes.
UHF RFID tags can be utilized to ensure product authenticity and prevent counterfeiting. By embedding unique identifiers in the tags, manufacturers can authenticate their products and track them throughout the supply chain, enhancing brand protection and customer confidence.
Many applications of RFID by GAO can be found here:
Case Studies of IoT Applications
Below are some IoT application cases in engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing:
IoT sensors are integrated into engines, turbines, and power transmission equipment to monitor key parameters such as temperature, vibration, and pressure in real-time. This data is analyzed using predictive algorithms to anticipate potential failures and schedule maintenance before costly breakdowns occur.
IoT-enabled devices provide real-time data on equipment performance and health, allowing manufacturers to remotely monitor and manage their assets from a central location. This facilitates proactive decision-making, reduces downtime, and improves operational efficiency.
Continuous data collection through IoT sensors allows for condition monitoring of critical components in engines, turbines, and power transmission equipment. Manufacturers can detect anomalies and deviations from normal operating conditions, enabling timely interventions to prevent catastrophic failures.
IoT devices can help optimize energy consumption in manufacturing processes by monitoring power usage and identifying opportunities for energy efficiency improvements.
IoT sensors are used to monitor the quality of output during the manufacturing process. This ensures that components meet specific standards and minimizes defects, leading to higher-quality products.
IoT applications in the supply chain help track the movement of raw materials and finished goods, enabling manufacturers to optimize inventory levels, reduce lead times, and improve overall supply chain efficiency.
IoT-based asset tracking systems allow manufacturers to monitor the location and status of equipment, tools, and components throughout their lifecycle. This enhances inventory management and prevents loss or theft.
Case Studies of Drones Applications
Below are some drones application cases in engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing:
Drones equipped with cameras and sensors can perform aerial inspections of large and hard-to-reach structures, such as wind turbines, power transmission towers, and engine installations. They can identify defects, cracks, or signs of wear without the need for manual inspections, saving time and improving worker safety.
Drones equipped with thermal cameras can detect heat anomalies in engines, turbines, and power transmission equipment. This allows for early detection of overheating or abnormal temperature patterns, indicating potential issues that require attention.
Drones can be used to conduct asset inventory and tracking in large manufacturing facilities. They can quickly scan and map the location of equipment, tools, and components, streamlining inventory management processes.
Drones can monitor and assess environmental conditions around manufacturing facilities, providing valuable data on air quality, emissions, and potential environmental impacts.
Drones equipped with LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) technology can efficiently survey and map manufacturing sites, allowing for precise measurements and 3D modeling of terrain and structures.
Drones can be employed for security and surveillance purposes to monitor manufacturing facilities, detecting unauthorized access or suspicious activities.
GAO RFID Systems & Hardware for engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing
GAO RFID Inc. offers the largest selection of BLE gateways, BLE beacons, RFID readers, tags, antenna, printers, and integrated RFID systems for various industries, including engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing:
BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy)
GAO offers advanced BLE gateways:
as well as versatile beacons with such important functions as temperature, humility, vibration and panic button:
GAO’s BLE technology is suitable for many industries, including engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing:
UHF (Ultra High Frequency) RFID
GAO offers the largest selection of UHF RFID readers for various industries, including engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing:
GAO RFID offers the widest choice of UHF RFID tags, labels, badges, wristbands for various industries, including engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing:
and an array of antennas to address different applications:
HF (High Frequency), NFC (Near Field Communications) and LF (Low Frequency) RFID
GAO offers the largest selection of HF, NFC, and LF RFID readers for various industries, including engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing:
HF, NFC and LF RFID tags, labels, badges, wristbands for various industries, including engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing:
GAO also offers RFID printers:
Digital I/O adapters:
and relay controllers:
For embedded applications, GAO offers UHF, HF and LF RFID reader modules:
- Find Your 860-960 MHz RFID Module
- Find Your 13.56 MHz High Frequency RFID Module
- Find Your 125 kHz RFID Reader Modules
The RFID systems by GAO are highly popular for clients in engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing:
Physical asset or operational equipment tracking system:
Assets that can be effectively tracked using GAO’s technologies include Assets used in engine, turbine, and power transmission equipment manufacturing include a wide range of machinery and equipment. These assets are essential for various stages of the manufacturing process, from designing and prototyping to production and quality control. Some of the key assets used in these industries include CNC machines, lathes, milling machines, drilling machines, welding machines, grinding machines, heat treatment furnaces, balancing machines, inspection and testing equipment, assembly and testing rigs, robotics, CAD/CAM software, and materials handling equipment. Engine, turbine, and power transmission equipment manufacturing involve the use of various specialized equipment and machinery. This equipment includes CNC machines, lathes, milling machines, drilling machines, welding machines, grinding machines, heat treatment furnaces, balancing machines, inspection and testing equipment, assembly and testing rigs, robotics, CAD/CAM software, and materials handling equipment.
People or workers tracking system:
Personnel or people access control system:
Parking or vehicle control system:
GAO has served engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing Extensively
GAO RFID Inc. and its sister company GAO Tek Inc. together offer a wide choice of RFID, BLE, IoT, drone, testing and measurement devices, and network products.
GAO’s products and technologies have helped its customers in engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing to achieve success in CNC machining centers, lathes, milling machines, grinding machines, welding equipment, heat treatment equipment, gear cutting machines, testing and inspection equipment, electric discharge machines, balancing machines, lubrication systems, 3D printers, cutting tools, and assembly line equipment.
GAO RFID Inc. has deployed RFID, BLE and IoT projects for many companies in engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing industry, including many in its various divisions such as:
- Gas Turbine Manufacturing: This engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturingfocuses on the production of gas turbines used in power generation, aviation, and industrial applications.
- Steam Turbine Manufacturing: This division specializes in manufacturing steam turbines that convert thermal energy from steam into mechanical energy for power generation.
- Wind Turbine Manufacturing: Wind turbine manufacturing involves the production of turbines used in harnessing wind energy for electricity generation.
- Hydroelectric Turbine Manufacturing: This engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturingis responsible for manufacturing turbines used in hydroelectric power plants to convert the energy of flowing or falling water into electricity.
- Electric Motor Manufacturing: Electric motor manufacturing involves the production of motors used in various power transmission applications, such as pumps, compressors, and industrial machinery.
- Power Transmission and Distribution Equipment Manufacturing: This division focuses on manufacturing equipment such as transformers, switchgear, and transmission lines used in the distribution and transmission of electrical power. GAO’s technologies enable its customers in engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing to effectively track their workforces such as workers in workforces in engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing and effectively track operational assets such as Engine, turbine, and power transmission equipment manufacturing involve the use of various specialized equipment and machinery. This equipment includes CNC machines, lathes, milling machines, drilling machines, welding machines, grinding machines, heat treatment furnaces, balancing machines, inspection and testing equipment, assembly and testing rigs, robotics, CAD/CAM software, and materials handling equipment. These tools and machines are essential for producing precise and high-quality components and ensuring the efficiency and reliability of engines, turbines, and power transmission systems.
- General Electric (GE): A multinational conglomerate with a storied history in the industry. GE is a major player in gas turbines, jet engines, and power generation equipment. They are renowned for their cutting-edge technologies and innovations in aviation, energy, and healthcare sectors.
- Caterpillar Inc: A well-known manufacturer of construction and mining equipment, Caterpillar also produces large diesel and gas engines for various applications, including power generation and marine industries.
- Cummins Inc: A leading designer and manufacturer of engines and power generation systems. Cummins’ products range from diesel and natural gas engines to hybrid and electrified power solutions for on-highway, off-highway, and marine applications.
- Honeywell International Inc: While not exclusively focused on the engine and turbine sector, Honeywell plays a significant role in providing aerospace engines, auxiliary power units, and power generation systems.
- Parker Hannifin Corporation: A diversified company that manufactures motion and control technologies, Parker Hannifin produces hydraulic and pneumatic systems used in power transmission equipment and industrial applications.
- Emerson Electric Co: A global technology company with a wide range of products, Emerson offers power transmission solutions, including motors, drives, and automation systems for various industries.
- Allison Transmission Holdings Inc: A manufacturer of automatic transmissions for commercial vehicles, military vehicles, and off-highway equipment. They specialize in fully automatic transmissions.
- Woodward, Inc: Specializing in control solutions, Woodward manufactures components and systems for engines and turbines, including fuel systems, electronic controls, and power management systems.
- Kohler Co: An established name in power systems, Kohler produces engines, generators, and power transmission equipment for residential, commercial, and industrial applications.
- Briggs & Stratton Corporation: A well-known producer of small engines for outdoor power equipment, including lawn mowers, generators, and pressure washers.
- Generac Holdings Inc: A leading manufacturer of residential and commercial generators, providing power solutions for homes, businesses, and industrial applications.
- Solar Turbines Incorporated (a Caterpillar company): Specializing in gas turbine systems for various industries, including power generation, oil and gas, and industrial applications.
- Wabtec Corporation: A leader in providing equipment, systems, and services for the transportation and industrial markets, Wabtec manufactures engines, power transmission systems, and controls for locomotives and rolling stock.
- Regal Beloit Corporation: A global manufacturer of electric motors, motion control, and power transmission products used in various industries, including power generation.
- Twin Disc, Inc: A manufacturer of heavy-duty power transmission equipment, including marine and industrial clutches and power take-offs.
- Siemens Canada: A division of the global conglomerate, Siemens Canada provides a wide range of power generation and transmission equipment, including turbines and distribution systems.
- MTU America Inc. (MTU Friedrichshafen): MTU is a leading provider of diesel engines and propulsion systems for ships, yachts, trains, and other industrial applications.
- Enerflex Ltd: A provider of natural gas compression and power generation solutions for the energy industry.
- Valmet: A company focused on process technologies, automation, and services for the pulp, paper, and power industries.
- Wajax Corporation: A distributor of industrial components and equipment, including power transmission products.
- Linamar Corporation: A diversified manufacturing company with operations in automotive powertrains and power transmission systems.
- Magna Powertrain: Specializing in automotive powertrain technologies, including engines and transmission systems.
- ABC Group Inc: A supplier of automotive powertrain components, including engine and transmission components.
- Ontario Drive & Gear Limited (ODG): A manufacturer of off-road vehicles and power transmission systems.
- Hayward Gordon Group: Specializing in engineered pumps and mixers used in various industries, including power generation.
- Stellar Power & Control Solutions: A manufacturer of power distribution and control equipment, including switchgear and power centers.
- Dynacorp Fabricators Inc: A provider of equipment and solutions for the oil and gas, power generation, and petrochemical industries.
- PT Tech, Inc: A manufacturer of mechanical power transmission solutions, including clutches and brakes.
- Premier Tech Chronos: Specializing in automated packaging and material handling systems, including power transmission components.
- Rulmeca Canada Limited: A manufacturer of conveyor rollers and components for bulk material handling applications, including power transmission solutions.
Please note that the status and rankings of companies can change over time due to industry developments and market dynamics. It’s recommended to verify the latest information from reliable sources for the most up-to-date list of leading companies in this industry.
Here are some of the leading companies in engine, turbine and power transmission equipment manufacturing:
General Electric (GE)
Pratt & Whitney (United Technologies Corporation)
Regal Beloit Corporation
Altra Industrial Motion Corporation
Generac Holdings Incorporation
Roper Technologies, Incorporation
Schaeffler Group USA Incorporation
Lufkin Industries Limited Liability Company
Wajax Industrial Components
Atlantic Turbines Incorporation
Nordex Energy Canada Incorporation
Synchronics Electronics Pvt. Limited
Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Canada Limited