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Major coup for TURCK Australia

01-12-2010
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Australians will soon have access to high quality German Bihl+Wiedemann interface products.

In a major coup, TURCK Australia will distribute the products throughout Australia.

The two companies have successfully worked together for several years, as TURCK also distributes Bihl+Wiedemann products in the US.

"By establishing this business relationship, we are providing Australian customers with a single supplier capable of meeting the most diverse industrial equipment needs," says Cameron Dwyer, managing director of TURCK Australia. "Our combined product offering includes highest-quality automation technology and interface products for industrial networks."

TURCK's expertise in industrial automation spans sensors, connectivity, instrumentation, and network and interface products. Bihl+Wiedemann will add safety interface products such as AS-Interface gateways and speed monitors to this selection, along with interface technology to suit most fieldbus communication protocols.

"Bihl+Wiedemann decided to take this step because our product ranges complement each other very well," says Fabricio Granados, head of international sales for Bihl+Wiedemann. "Our collaboration allows us to bring a more complete and convenient supplier solution to our Australian customer base."

TURCK Australia
Ph: 1300 132566
www.turck.com.au

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