Power Partners Group opens its seven storey building at 2 Tampines Industrial Drive, Singapore. Opened by Japan Ambassador Mr Jun Yamazaki, the ceremony was observed by more than 50 business owners of manufacturing and high-tech companies from Singapore, Indonesia, United Kingdom, Vietnam and more.
Air Water Group (AWI) has invested in the development of Power Partners Building with direct investment and employment plans in Singapore. Their investment coincides with the acquisition of Power Partners Group (PPG) who has been one of the leading critical power solution providers for the data centre industry in Singapore since 2006.
Japanese investment in Asean infrastructure projects since year 2000 has totaled more than US$230 billion (S$312 billion) and Singapore firms are being favoured as the gateway into Asean for their expertise in master planning and familiarity in business dealings in the region.
“PPG specialises in the design, engineering, installation and maintenance of infrastructure for mission-critical applications, or any technology sites. This is increasingly important with the region’s power grid being put into the test with power-hungry data centres growing rapidly in the advancement of the digital era. The acquisition by AWI is a strategic approach to leverage and export both Japanese and Singaporean expertise into Asean wide,” said Mr Steven Wong, Director of PPG.
"We are very fortunate to witness the opening ceremony of the Power Partners Building as this Building had been built to house the aforementioned production facilities for the Power Partners Group."
Power Partners Group (PPG) is a company of Air Water Inc, Japan. Established since 2006, PPG provides power protection solutions for mission-critical applications in various industries all over Asia. With the extensive experience of more than 20 years of the founding members, Power Partners specialises in the design, engineering, installation and maintenance of infrastructure for mission-critical applications, or any technology sites. The primary concerns of our clients are power availability and uptime for systems. Over the years, PPG has created an association with a network of specialised companies and global manufacturers to deliver customised, complex power protection solutions, along with switch and distribution equipment, offering clients total turnkey solutions.
The Air Water Group has evolved into a conglomerate that develops various businesses such as industrial gas, chemicals, medical, energy, agriculture and food products, logistics, sea water and aerosol. The Air Water Group's greatest strength is its diverse business network, the strong business bases of eight regions nationwide cultivated by its industrial gas business, and the diversity of human resources created by M & A as a driving force.
The company has launched a new medium-term management plan, “NEXT-2020 Final,” which has three years from fiscal year 2019 to 2021 as its execution period. In fiscal 2021, the final fiscal year of it, Air Water Inc. aims to fulfil that vision, look ahead with the basic concept of “reform = execution of innovation”, and create a strong company that enables sustainable growth from fiscal 2022.