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Top honor for TURCK

31-08-2010
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Top honor for TURCK

 

Automation leader … Q42 Sensor from TURCK

 
TURCK has been selected among the top five in the discrete sensing category in the 2012 Automation World First Team Leaders in Automation annual survey. 
 
This is the second year in a row the company has been honored with this award. 
 
The unaided, web-based survey identifies which companies readers would choose to be on their “First Team” when selecting partners for automation projects.
 
Covering both factory and process automation, the survey included nearly 50 categories which ranged from advanced process control and asset management to control valves and HMI hardware. 
 
The survey generated several hundred responses from Automation World readers, which represent titles such as engineering, management, operations and information technology.
 
“We are pleased to have received this recognition for our discrete sensing technology,” said Dave Lagerstrom, President & CEO, TURCK. 
 
“Many of the companies that share this list with us have been around for many years and have established loyal customer bases. This honor reflects that TURCK is not only considered a leader, but also a valued partner in the automation industry.”  
 
TURCK manufactures a broad range of discrete sensor solutions to deliver superior flexibility and functionality.
 
TURCK Australia
Ph: 1300 132566

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