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April 30, 2010: Aggreko Relocates Miami Service Center to Larger Site

April 30, 2010

MIAMI - Aggreko, a leader in supplying rental products for power, temperature control, and compressed air, announced that it has continued its expansion program with the relocation of its Miami service center to a larger site. The new three-acre service center, located at 3601 NW 123rd Street, houses sales, service, and a fleet of power generators, chillers, air conditioners, heaters, and oil-free air compressors. Aggreko has had a service center in South Florida since 2006, and the company said the new facility both enhances its presence in the area and provides a more central location for customers.

Aggreko said the new facility will allow the company to provide improved service to many of the area’s leading industries, including mechanical and electrical contracting, shipping, and special events. Most recently, Aggreko provided temporary power and temperature control rental services to the half-time show and events surrounding professional football’s championship and all-star games. The company also provided its services to the Fort Lauderdale, Miami, and West Palm Beach Boat Shows, and the Allianz Senior PGA Charity Golf Tournament.

“Miami, a city known for its international appeal, was a perfect fit for Aggreko. As a diverse company that does business all around the world, Aggreko is an organization with a real local interest,” said Tim Heath, area sales manager, Southeast. “Our South Florida team takes pride in providing exceptional service, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.”

Aggreko will supply all of the company’s major rental product lines from the new facility, including:

• Sound-attenuated power generators, from 30 kW to 2,000 kW;

• A range of temperature control units, including chillers, cooling towers, air conditioners, and electric heaters; and

• Oil-free air compressors.

In addition to Miami, Aggreko operates service centers in Jacksonville and Tampa, and is backed by a network of over 50 locations throughout North America.

For more information, visit www.aggreko.com/northamerica.

Publication date: 04/26/2010