Vancouver Based Portable Electric Secures Contract
from Globe-Travelling Jolly Man
For the first time Mr. Claus is utilizing clean energy on his sleigh, using VOLTstack power stations to power LED lights and navigation systems for his yearly worldwide delivery.
North Pole, December 24, 2019 – Vancouver-based Portable Electric has received a partnership agreement from Mr. S. Claus to support his ongoing growth and help speed up the delivery route. “This is a very exciting time for Portable Electric as use of the VOLTstack is expanding throughout the world, all the way to the North Pole,” said Tom Bennett, Marketing Director of Portable Electric. “This agreement will ensure Mr. Claus’ delivery route will be completed in record time, and in a safer, healthier manner. We are proud to work with St. Nick and extremely proud of what this relationship represents.”
Mr. Claus’ and Portable Electric’s partnership requires no repayment for the fleet of VOLTstack units he will be using to power his workshop, which includes LED light fixtures. This gift frees up working capital that Mr. Claus can then apply towards building increasing the toy-making function of his North Pole headquarters. This partnership is intended in particular to help Mr. Claus fulfill a growing number of near-term orders and allow Mr. Claus to be heard Ho-Ho-Ho-ing across the globe.
Mr.Claus continues his tradition of providing global leading technology solutions to the present giving community.
The VOLTstack line of portable power stations can be found across North America, Singapore, Tokyo, London, Helsinki, and now in Mr. Claus’ workshop in the North Pole.
“Portable Electric has played a significant role in accelerating our delivery time, as the global population grows it’s becoming more and more difficult to complete the job in one night,” says Mr. Claus. “And, thanks to the VOLTstack powering an LED lamp in my sleigh, I can give Rudolph that red-nosed reindeer a little break from guiding my sleigh.”
For further information:
Tom Bennett, Marketing Director