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iAutomation Teams Up With ABB

iAutomation Teams Up With ABB

September 2, 2017 - iAutomation  announced they have entered into a comprehensive agreement with ABB to create a more powerful product offering for customers. iAutomation now provides product and support for ABB Drives, Motors, Electrification and Safety products throughout the entire East Coast where iAutomation currently operates. Earlier this year, ABB announced a historic milestone in the acquisition of B&R Industrial Automation. As an innovation leader in the world of machine and factory automation, B&R fits perfectly into ABB’s existing world-leading portfolio of robotics, motion, electrification products and process automation.

About ABB

ABB is a global leader in industrial technology, operating mainly in robotics, power and automation areas. ABB is one of the largest engineering companies in the world with a heritage spanning more than 130 years delivering end-to-end value by driving advances across a wide spectrum of industrial technologies. ABB operations in North America, headquartered in Norwalk, Connecticut, employs 11,250 people in manufacturing and other facilities. Worldwide, the ABB Group, headquartered in Zurich, employs about 103,000 people in approximately 100 countries. www.abb.com

About iAutomation

iAutomation is a group of automation professionals dedicated to providing the latest in innovative machine control solutions and services. With five physical office locations, iAutomation employees 160 people with 75 degreed engineers, serving OEM machine builders and end users along the East Coast from Maine to Florida. By deploying a team of industry and technology experts who bring to bear a knowledge base of the latest technological advancements in automation, iAutomation enables customers to differentiate their machine’s value within their market space and to create a competitive advantage in the global market. www.i-automation.com

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