Power Drives, Inc. is established.
Power Drives, Inc. (PDI) officially opens.
PDI becomes a distributor for Aeroquip.
PDI begins manufacturing for an original equipment manufacturer.
PDI establishes its Rochester distribution branch.
PDI establishes its Falconer branch.
PDI opens a production and distribution facility in Erie, PA.
Lou Panzica is hired as PDI’s CFO.
Panzica is named President.
PDI creates the PowerHouse™, a revolutionary locomotive idle reduction technology.
PDI opens a 30,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Changshu City, China.
PDI opens 42,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Erie, PA.
PDI opens its Tonawanda Express Hose Center.
PDI opens its Washington, PA Express Hose Center.
PDI purchases a 77,000-square-foot facility in Buffalo, NY to consolidate headquarters and New York State manufacturing operations.
PDI creates the Diesel Dehydrator, a locomotive water-fuel separating technology.
PDI creates the AC-APU, an addition to the idle reduction line that also functions as an auxiliary generator.
PDI consolidates U.S. manufacturing operations to Buffalo, NY.