• Jan 22, 2019

    PSR_Truck_Production_Index_Q4_2018pdf

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    ST. PAUL, MN — The Power Systems Research Truck Production Index (PSR-TPI) increased from 115 to 118,  or 2.6%, for the three >Read more

  • Jan 18, 2019

    Analysts from Power Systems Research (PSR) will be attending three major boat shows in coming weeks to gather information on global marine markets, boats and equipment.

    Two shows are in Miami, Fla.,-- the Miami International Boat Show, and the Miami Yacht Show-- and the third, Boot 2019, will be held in Dusseldorf, Germany. The Miami shows run concurrently, Feb. 14-18, and Boot 2019 runs Jan. 19-27.

    PSR analysts will be collecting information for PSR's proprietary database, >Read more

  • Aug 28, 2018

    Power Systems Research (PSR) estimates that there will be 856,905 Lawn & Garden Tractors produced in the U.S. during 2018.

    The Garden Tractor is designed for cutting grass, snow removal and small property cultivation. Garden tractors are similar in size to lawn tractors but are more heavy duty. They can be mounted with a wider array of attachments than lawn tractors. The maximum power is about 23 hp. The distinction between a lawn tractor and a garden tractor is often hard to make. Generally, garden tractors are built more solidly, and have stronger frames, larger wheels >Read more

  • May 11, 2018


    The expanded and updated MarineLink™ proprietary database of global boat builders developed by Power Systems Research is ready for distribution.

    MarineLink™ now contains data on more than 400 boat builders and marine OEMs in Europe, Eastern Europe, Russia, and North America. It covers the power range from smallest sail drive at 10 kW to super yachts up to 10 MW.

    Launched in 1990, MarineLink™ originally included information on all types of European pleasure boats powered with an inboard, sterndrive or sail drive diesel engine (motor boats and yachts, sports cruisers, >Read more

  • Apr 13, 2018

    Katie Hendricksen, a senior at First Baptist High School, Eagan, Minnesota, is the recipient of the 2019 Power Systems Research $2,500 academic scholarship.

    Hendricksen will use the scholarship to study computer science at Bethel University, St. Paul, MN.

    "My favorite subject is computer science," says Hendricksen. "It's fun and I can share what I have learned through community outreach."

    She participates in the school's robotics program, and she says she loves to ice skate and play the ukulele in her free time.

    Power Systems Research has been supporting >Read more

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