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INDUSTRIAL POWER MANAGEMENT AND DISTRIBUTION AGREEMENT

23-07-2019
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Mark Anning, Eaton and Brian Emberson, Mobile Automation: a strong commitment from both organisations

Power management company Eaton has welcomed Mobile Automation as an authorised system integrator for its power distribution partner program. Mobile Automation is an industrial electrical, engineering and automation solutions provider, with over 30 years’ experience servicing the Australian industrial electrical industry.

With a strong presence across many sectors, including food and beverage, pharmaceutical, healthcare and industrial processing, the new partnership will offer Mobile Automation’s clients greater access to Eaton’s portfolio of energy-efficient, lean automation solutions.

Mark Anning, Channel Manager for Power Distribution, Australia and New Zealand at Eaton, says the new partnership represents a strong commitment from both organisations to support the industrial sector with leading electrical products that render the best solutions combining safety, reliability and efficiency.

“This partnership will allow Eaton to expand its footprint for system integration across Mobile Automation’s customers, while leveraging its strong relationships and technical capabilities across many sectors including manufacturing and industrial processing,” he says.

Brian Emberson, Managing Director of Mobile Automation, says the new partnership will strengthen its market position and provide new growth opportunities.

“Eaton’s product offering is world class and we look forward to working closely with the local team in delivering ongoing value to our customers, particularly a solutions-based approach, that is pivotal in achieving their goals.”

George Sabo, Business Development Manager – Energy Efficiency at Mobile Automation says the ability to streamline the company’s offerings through the partnership renders continuity of high-quality support.

“Embedding high-quality services with premium products is always the preferred outcome for customers. Eaton’s diverse range of power distribution and automation range allows us to do exactly that alongside being a value enabler for our business and customers alike,” he says.

Eaton Australia and New Zealand
(02) 9693 9333
www.eatoncorp.com.au

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