HIMA signs Desselle-Maggard as a rep
Through the HIMA Americas Partner Program, HIMA is strengthening alliances with industry-leading partners inclusive of Sales Representatives, Local Business Partners and Systems Integrators who have proven skill sets and in-depth knowledge of local markets. The program is yielding significant benefits to customers by addressing their requirements for local support, specialized industry knowledge, and product expertise. The program offers partners opportunities for significant growth through training and access to valuable resources and expertise.
HIMA places great importance on developing a mutually beneficial relationship with our partners in the Americas and around the world, said Sven Grone, President, HIMA Americas. With our growing partner program, HIMA will be able to offer its customers easier access to HIMA knowledge and expertise, which will lead to streamlined project execution and implementation as well as quicker response to service needs. This allows us to deliver a more flexible and cost-effective solution to customers.
Desselle-Maggard, one of the regions fastest growing manufacturer's representative organizations based in Baton Rouge, La., will join the program as a Limited Business Partner (LBP) in the United States, with exclusive partnership agreement in the states of Louisiana, Mississippi, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Arkansas and East Texas.
Desselle-Maggard has a great reputation and strong regional network; this alliance will help strengthen HIMAs presence in the southern states of North America, Grone said.
Desselle-Maggards personnel will be fully trained by HIMA experts and enjoy the full technical support and backing of HIMA. They will have access to HIMAs entire range of safety automation platforms, allowing them to provide leading-edge nonstop safety solutions to their clients throughout the south.
Desselle-Maggard is excited to partner with HIMA, a global leader in process automation safety, said Mike Walton, Vice President Business Development, Desselle-Maggard. We see this affiliation with HIMA as a great opportunity to strengthen our operations and expand presence through this partnership.
Currently, HIMA has a total of 18 partners in North America, as well as local partners in Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela and Brazil. The company expects to add additional members to the HIMA Americas Partner Program throughout the year.
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