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AUSTRALIAN DISTRIBUTOR TAKES EMERSON’S TOP APAC AWARD

15-03-2019
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Michael Bacon accepts the top award, flanked by (L to R) Lee Papadimitrious, Jeff Householder and Shane Nichols

Flushed with success, Australian master distributor Control Logic took out all three awards from the prestigious Emerson Machine Automation Solutions 2019 Asia Channel meeting held in Shanghai. This was the company’s second consecutive successful year at the prestigious meeting, and included the “Top Channel Award APAC”.

Jeff Householder, President of Emerson Machine Automation Solutions, and Shane Nichols, the company’s VP/GM Global Sales, presented the awards to Control Logic’s CEO Michael Bacon, and Lee Papadimitrious, GM Products and Marketing.

With a strengthening partnership spanning close to 20 years, Control Logic is now the master distributor for Emerson Machine Automation Solutions hardware and software solutions in Australia.

“This win is based on the efforts of everyone within the Control Logic team, our large network of system integrator partners, and our valued clients in delivering world-class automation solutions from Emerson,” said Lee Papadimitrious.

Emerson Machine Automation Solutions provides industrial software, control systems, and embedded computing platforms that help connect, monitor, analyse and optimise operations.

Products in the range include PAC controllers, HMI/Scada software, industrial computers, operator interfaces, panel PCs and other industrial automation products.

Control Logic
1800 557 705
www.controllogic.com.au

 

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