Minneapolis, MN, - Electric Machinery (WEG Group), in conjunction with S.T. Cotter Turbine and Axis Mechanical Group, are pleased to announce a business alliance that will enable a responsive, complete aftermarket service capability for all of your rotating equipment.

Electric Machinery Co., Inc., based in Minneapolis, MN, is a manufacturer and service provider for large electric motors and generators; and is a member of the global industrial group WEG. S.T. Cotter Turbine Services, Inc., based in Clearwater, MN, is a provider of services, maintenance, and repair of industrial turbines and rotating equipment. Axis Mechanical Group Inc., based in Houston, TX, is a provider of installation, maintenance, repair, overhaul, and upgrade of industrial equipment. All three companies have been serving a wide range of industries and supporting the most relevant customers in segments such as petrochemical, pulp & paper, power-generation, oil and gas, and many others.

This alliance was announced on Sep. 1, 2017 by Richard Fesmire, president of Electric Machinery Co., Inc.; Shawn Cotter, VP operations of S.T. Cotter Turbine Services, Inc. and John Hanks, president of Axis Mechanical Group, Inc. “This partnership will allow our companies to better serve our customer base while offering more comprehensive maintenance and repair services - covering everything from exciter to substation,” Cotter said.

Each individual company already has a great presence in markets that encompass everything from power generation plants, oil and gas processing plants, pulp and paper plants, to all types of heavy industrial sites. By bringing together their experience and strengths, the companies are ready to safely service any OEM’s rotating equipment in a timely and cost effective manner.

“Our Companies’ mutual quest in searching for ways to best serve our customers led to this unique alliance. The combined experience and offerings of this new alliance are unsurpassed in the industry. We look forward to the opportunity to serve our clients’ needs - while surpassing all of their expectations,” Fesmire concluded.