September 1, 2016
Ultimate Service Associates LLC (USA) of Tulsa, OK and North American Site Services LLC (NASS) of Irving, TX announce that the two premiere providers of service and support to the critical power generation industry will merge September 1, 2016.
The new organization, Ultimate Service Associates, a North American Site Services Company, provides planned maintenance and related analytic and support services to industrial generator and power systems operators throughout the U.S., Canada, and parts of Latin America.
The new organization, like its predecessors, will support the backup power needs of telecommunication, financial services and insurance companies, health care providers, retailers, distribution centers, data base systems operators and federal, state and local government operations.
Kirk Hilbig, president and founder of Ultimate Service Associates LLC, will become President of the new
combined company, which will be an Oklahoma entity, based in Tulsa. Some current NASS operations in Irving
will also be transferred to Tulsa. Headquarters in Tulsa places Ultimate Services Associates in the center of the
US and Canadian time zones spanned by power system networks. From this location, USA/NASS manages a
network of service providers with over 400 service locations and 1500+ certified technicians. “The union of the
two privately held companies doubles the current business volume that each has now and will provide some
significant additional benefits for new and existing customers”, Hilbig said.
Both companies do what they do well now,” Hilbig said. “This will allow us to combine and improve best
practices at both companies to find even better ways to serve our customers,” he said. “Together we bring a
lot of years of experience to the table.”
“What we are doing is taking two strong service companies and creating an even stronger one,” said Chris
Stiles, Managing Member of North American Site Services. “This provides us a very deep bench for supporting
national service operations and a more diversified customer base to keep us very strong,” Stiles said.
Examples of operators of power system networks include: telecommunication networks, database companies,
nationwide health service providers, national retail operations, and government agencies.
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