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Winter was founded as an electrical contracting firm in 1947, doing construction projects as well as industrial trouble shooting and maintenance. During the contracting years, many standby power systems were installed and placed into service. This identified a future market and Winter Engine-Generator Service, Inc. was established in 1964 as a generator distributor for central Pennsylvania.

In 1973 our service area was increased to include northeastern Pennsylvania and the Poconos. The company sold and serviced on-site standby emergency power supply systems to public buildings, utilities, hospitals, health care facilities, schools, churches, water and sewer, commercial, and industrial applications.

Attention was also given to residential, recreational vehicle, and marine generator sets. In 1989 Kohler Power Systems appointed Winter Engine the factory authorized distributor for Central and Eastern Pennsylvania. Winter has the facility, personnel, experience, and capabilities to provide a wide range of products and services.

Constantly in pursuit of quality and reliability, we have a staff eager to take on new challenges and opportunities. Call or contact us today for all of your emergency power needs.

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Industrial Sales

  • Jay Spangler
  • Ray Deneen
  • Jeremy Forsyth
  • Steve Hoover
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    Residential Sales

  • Tim Forry
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  • Paul Winter Jr.
  • Todd Winter
  • Samantha Grim
  • Don McFarland
  • Joanne Thoman
  • Ashley McCleary
  • Mark Conrad
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  • Carmen Powell
  • Jeff Geiselman 
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  • Ralph Winter
  • Brad Laucks
  • Jean Snook
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    Administration Assistant

  • Kathy Millwater
  • Our 40,000 square foot facility is situated on 7.1 acres in York City Commerce Park, York PA. The building incorporates a 10,000 sq. ft. office area housing administrative functions for sales, accounting, service, and parts. We have 5,000 sq. ft. dedicated to service with drive through capability and a 5,000 sq. ft. area for generator modifications. An additional 15,000 sq. ft. is designated for a training classroom and lab, larger equipment and inside rental storage.