We are pleased to help be part in celebrating Intermountain Electronics 24 years in business. They have been a outstanding client to work with and I look forward to working with them again in the future. Here is a excerpt from the new press release on the launch of the new Web site: On September 1, 2009, Intermountain Electronics, Inc. celebrated 24 years in business. Thanks to our loyal customers, our dedicated employees, and our rapidly expanding markets, Intermountain Electronics was selected as the Utah “Best of State – 2009” for Electro/Mechanical Production and Manufacturing. Intermountain Electronics has also been recognized by Utah 100 as the 75th fastest growing company in the state for 2009 and was recently selected as Utah’s 2009 Manufacturer of the Year Intermountain Electronics is a world-class company that designs, engineers, manufactures, and services custom electrical distribution and control equipment for Underground Mining, Surface Mining, Power Generation, Oil and Gas, Refineries, Tunneling, Utilities, and Federal, State, and Local Governments. Businesses from these and other industries rely on Intermountain Electronics to provide them with quality products and services. Our team of industry experts is accustomed to satisfying customer needs in the most demanding and harshest environments. From stationary and portable substations, dry type power transformers, power centers, motor control centers, switchgears, diesel generators, capacitor banks and variable frequency drives, to cable splices, metal fabrication, and emissions control systems, Intermountain Electronics understands the environmental conditions, operating requirements, and MSHA and EPA regulations the equipment we provide must satisfy. We invite you to browse our entire website to learn more about Intermountain Electronics, our locations nationwide, our Distribution Partners, and our complete line of Products and Services.
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