Electric Motors Corp. (EMC), Wakarusa, Ind. (www.electricmotorscorp.com), a new technology incubator of electric power drive systems and developer of technical manufacturing network and supply chain management, has selected New York City-based KCSA Strategic Communications to do its corporate public relations, according to a news release.
KCSA will help implement an integrated communications program to support the company’s efforts to commercialize its electric power drive train systems for the truck, small bus and recreation vehicle sectors, as well as to create green jobs in the U.S., with a geographic focus on Elkhart County, Ind.
“KCSA’s expertise in working with entrepreneurial, new energy and micro-cap companies will enable EMC to effectively communicate our core philosophy and value proposition to the marketplace,’’ said EMC CEO Wil Cashen. ‘’We believe that an integrated communications program will enable EMC to carve out a leadership position in the electric vehicle space. “Through an innovative collaboration with the state of Indiana and EMC’s network of industry leaders, our efforts will help create electric vehicle options for companies with fleets of trucks, small buses and RVs. Of equal importance is our desire to aid in the state of Indiana’s work to revitalize Elkhart County and much of Northern Indiana.”
“EMC’s unique business model, technology platform and marketing capabilities position the company to be a game-changer in the automotive industry, making light- and medium-duty electric trucks, buses and RVs available on a broader scale,” said KCSA Managing Partner Jeffrey Goldberger. “As with all transformative technologies, communicating effectively to the business and investment communities is imperative, and we look forward to working with EMC to define this growing marketplace.”
“With the availability of federal grants and loans, the restructuring of the U.S. auto industry and the country’s continued focus on green technologies, EMC has a tremendous opportunity to break through the clutter and create a dominate voice across multiple channels,” said Lewis Goldberg, managing partner of KCSA. “The close relationship the company has with state and local governments will allow EMC to establish a new electric light- and medium-duty truck and working vehicle space, while helping our country move towards greater energy independence and reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.”
EMC develops and manufactures electric power drive systems for electric vehicles for EMC brand and other various manufacturer brand cars and light duty trucks through its supply-chain network partners. EMC utilizes proprietary electric drive system technology and a methodology of compounding motor-generators, EMC flex-fuel motors and energy control/management/storage systems to greatly reduce parasitic power train losses that significantly improve fuel efficiency and deliver cleaner emissions. EMC’s power drive technology is clean, efficient, safe and reliable and simple to apply to vehicles produced currently and future electric plug-in and/or hybrid models.
EMC electric power drive systems generate drive energy or charging energy that efficiently increases the vehicle total drive range for long distances. EMC’s mission is to become the first independent company to mass-produce cost-competitive power-train systems for hybrid and electric vehicles. The company’s corporate headquarters are located in Camarillo, Calif. with research and development offices located in San Jose, Calif., and a manufacturing and distribution office Elkhart County, Indiana
For more than 40 years, KCSA Strategic Communications (www.kcsa.com) has been the only corporate communications firm in the nation that integrates investor relations, public relations and marketing services.