Pacific Automation partners with BERNSTEIN for switches and safety
Pacific Automation has announced a new Australian partnership with German manufacturer BERNSTEIN.
This new national distribution deal makes BERNSTEIN switching safety and innovation available to all Australian industrial operators, along with technical support provided by Pacific Automation.
“We’ve been supplying BERNSTEIN products since 2006, so our team is well familiarised with the quality of their products,” said Stephen Armstrong, CEO at Pacific Automation. “Our goal is to represent BERNSTEIN in Australia in the way they would represent themselves. That means ensuring that our customers receive high quality customer service and technical support, just like they would from an OEM.”
Key product ranges now accessible through this new partnership include:
- limit switches
- door interlock switches
- safety rope pull switches
- foot switches
BERNSTEIN switches are utilised in factory automation and for machine and operator safety across Australian industry. The products are highly modular and can often be customised to suit the requirements of an individual user or unique application.
“We intend to keep growing and distribute our products around the globe. Therefore, we are pleased to have found a partner like Pacific Automation, who supports us professionally and trustfully in this intention,” said Nicole Bernstein, Member of the Executive Board of BERNSTEIN AG. “The added value for our customers is to have a competent contact person in-country who is just as convinced of the quality and functionality of our products as we are ourselves.”
Customers can now shop online with Pacific Automation and access the full ranges of BERNSTEIN switching technology.
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Originally published here.
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