TURCK wins prestigious design awards

Award winning … TURCK Industrial Electrical Connectors
TURCK has received first place in two categories for the 2013 Control Design Readers’ Choice Awards
It is the third consecutive year TURCK has won the awards in the Industrial Electrical Connectors/Cordsets and Presence Sensing categories. 
Control Design’s machine-builder and system-integrator readership specify and select the contestants and winners of the Readers’ Choice Awards. 
Out of about 50 hardware and software categories, subscribers name the companies they believe provide the best technology value for the products they have experienced. They also rate the service and support received by the named companies, and only those receiving at least a five percent rating are eligible for the award.
“We are honored to receive the Readers’ Choice Awards for our connector and sensing technology for the third year in a row,” said Dave Lagerstrom, President & CEO, TURCK. “We are grateful to our loyal customers, and dedicated to our continued growth in the latest automation technology to help better serve their needs.”
TURCK manufactures a broad range of industrial connectors, cables and cordsets with unique design features and components to accommodate virtually any industrial connection need. 
In addition to connectivity, TURCK is a leader in sensor technology, offering a variety of sensor solutions that are capable of solving diverse automation challenges for high-quality control, visibility and production monitoring.
TURCK Australia
Ph: 1300 132566

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