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Interpower

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100 Interpower Avenue, PO Box 115
Oskaloosa, IA 52577-0115
About Interpower
  • Interpower is the premier supplier of power system components worldwide. Founded in California in 1975, Bob Wersen, President of Interpower, has made it easy for customers to design, build, and maintain products for worldwide markets ever since. Now based in Oskaloosa, Iowa, Interpower manufactures cord sets and power cords in the United States for the North American and international markets and has an office in the United Kingdom.

    All of our products go through safety tests and meet national and international standards. Each year you can find us at trade shows, including a virtual show online, where you can browse our quality products. To see a list of our upcoming trade shows, see our trade show schedule. We would be delighted to meet with you and highlight our products.

    Interpower offers:

    - Made in the USA
    - 1 week U.S. Manufacturing Lead Time on Non-Stock Interpower Products
    - Same Day Shipments on Stock Items
    - Over 4 million Parts IN STOCK and Ready to Ship!
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