09 Mar Archive: Jantech Services Featured in Energy & Infrastructure
By, Jamie Morgn
Jantech can be a one-stop provider for a company’s entire power protection system.
The East Coast-based Jantech Services Inc. may be in its 25th year of business but its founder and President Jay Nizborski feels the company has not yet exhausted its market.
The company provides, installs, maintains and tests power protection equipment that allows technology-reliant companies to operate. It began in Florida, and in the 1990s the company opened other offices in North Carolina and Massachusetts.
“As time went on we plugged people into Rhode Island, New Jersey and Virginia,” Nizborski explains. “We’ve grown as our customer’s businesses have grown.”
For the last three to five years, Jantech Services has recruited field technicians beyond the East Coast to cater to nationwide clients in states like California, Washington and Texas, but Nizborski affirms that the eastern seaboard still has plenty to offer.
“We’ve always been primarily a regional company,” he says. “Our main focus is to stay in the eastern United States. I believe we are still scratching the surface here. There is a tremendous amount of growth potential in this region.”
No matter its location, Jantech Services’ goal is to be every client’s go-to provider for turnkey power protection solutions. Its client list is stocked with Fortune 500 companies, healthcare networks, pharmaceutical developers and financial institutions who come to Jantech looking for a quality one-stop solution.
When Nizborski founded Jantech, many uninterruptible power system (UPS) manufacturers were not servicing batteries for their system. “The UPS manufacturers didn’t want anything to do with batteries,” Nizborski says.
“Companies had to deal with multiple vendors to get all the parts needed for one piece of equipment that was purchased from another vendor. There was a need for a company to provide a complete service to supply, install and maintain the entire system.”
Jantech became, and still is, the answer to that problem. Jantech will work directly with a client, an engineer or an electrical contractor to design proper electrical schematics and match them with the right products. It will also provide logistics for onsite delivery, installation and testing. After that, Jantech is available to address any warranty or maintenance issues.
Jantech has multiple applications for each of its products, so it can find the best fit for each client. Jantech is a preferred service provider for several equipment manufacturers, including, but not limited to, Chloride Power Protection, Mitsubishi Electric Power Products Inc., Power Distribution Inc., Chloride Systems and Controlled Power Co. The manufacturers appreciate companies such as Jantech because it can concentrate on making products while Jantech deals with the customers. On the customer side, the fact that Jantech deals with multiple manufactures means clients are assured the best product for their needs.
“The real benefit to us and most important for the client is that because we are not affiliated to or tied to anyone, we can take a more independent approach,” Nizborski says.
With 12 company-owned east coast offices and 15 satellite offices, Jantech can be a one-stop solution for a company’s entire U.S. operation. “With the economy the way it is and the need for people to streamline, most customers are looking for a single point solution, and we have the ability to offer nationwide service,” Nizborski says.