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South Shore Generator News

South Shore Generator Sales & Services: 2022 Best Places To Work Honoree

Employees’ opinions and ideas are often requested so the company can improve business processes and the way we work. This makes the team feel respected and part of the decisionmaking process. The owners are involved with employees and are focused on how they can do things a little differently to set SSG apart from other companies. Click here to read more...

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A Slow-Moving Storm: The Case for Technical Training

By Bernadette Braman & Plymouth Magazine

For business own- ers and policy makers in Massachusetts not already grappling with unfilled demand for skilled workers, recent news that Universal Technical Institute (UTI) plans to close its Norwood, Massachusetts campus next year should be a wake-up call. Click here to read more...

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Standing Out With Service

By Bernadette Braman & Plymouth Magazine

“What makes us different?”

It’s a question every business owner thinks about as they consider how to attract customers and stand out from the competition. Click here to read more...

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Case Study: How One Local Business Weathered A Widespread Power Outage

By Bernadette Braman & Plymouth Magazine

Where were you when the lights went out?

If you’re like many people, during last March’s storms you were at home. Eventually, when the lack of power at home was too much and went out in search of warmth, a hot meal, and good company, you found yourself at the nearest restaurant with a generator. Click here to read more...

South Shore Generator is participating in the Cape and Plymouth Business' Annual Giving Guide

The goal of this publication is to raise awareness and give businesses the kind of information they need to commit resources to nonprofit institutions, both time and money.

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Generator Troubleshooting 101

By Eric Clark for Cape & Plymouth Magazine

This article outlines the basic steps generator owners should know and be capable of taking in preparation for a storm or in the event your generator does not do what it is supposed to. Click here to read more...

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Will you be ready when the lights go out?

By Bernadette Braman

The integrity of the electrical grid has been a topic of discussion and debate for many years, and the bottom line to all of the discussion comes down to a question of not IF but WHEN we will experience a major and extended power outage. Will it be a terror- ist attack on our infrastructure? Mother Nature reminding us who is really in charge? Or simply an internal breakdown of the grid's infrastructure during a summer heat wave? Click here to read more...

Be Prepared to WEATHER the Storm - Wareham, MA

By Jeff Stelmack

When the lights go out, there is no better feeling than the security provided when your standby generator starts up and restores power to your home or business. Owners purchase a generator for a variety of reasons, whether it is convenience, to back up a business, to run well pumps, or for life safety concerns. Whatever the reason, it is important that an owner feels confident that when the power fails, their generator will operate as intended. Much like a car, a standby generator requires maintenance, and upkeep to ensure it is working at peak performance when you need it the most. Click here to read more.

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