TURCK now offers direct sales


TURCK Australia now offers its clients a new direct sales structure to meet the demand for more comprehensive technical service and support industry requirements.

The new sales structure provides locally stocked inventory, competitive prices and more streamlined service for the company’s sensing, connectivity and network I/O solutions.

“Over the past 20 years, TURCK solutions have become essential to the expanding Australian automation community,” says Cameron Dwyer, managing director of TURCK Australia.

“Our new direct sales structure greatly enhances our ability to provide the very best global technical support at an affordable price, while improving local customer service and off-the-shelf product availability.” 

TURCK Australia was established in 2007 to provide a local presence in the factory and process automation market.

The new direct sales structure allows TURCK to deliver better value to the customer with pre- and post-sales support.

TURCK's extensive line of products includes more than 15,000 sensors as well as measurement, instrumentation, connectivity, interface and networks for factory and process automation markets.

TURCK Australia
Ph: 1300 132566

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