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Shinano Kenshi signs rep in New England

Retention enables representation of SKC product line and services in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and eastern Connecticut.

Los Angeles, Calif. – January 25, 2007 — Shinano Kenshi Corporation (SKC-U.S.) announced the retention of Underwood Sales Corporation as exclusive representatives for SKC products throughout a six-state region of New England. The company will represent SKC products and services in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and eastern Connecticut. Underwood Sales Corporation—a Lowell, MA-based company has been representing manufacturers of components for the OEM, distribution and contract manufacturing markets since 1966.

“We are very excited to partner with a firm that has extensive knowledge of the OEM market in New England,” said Rex Bergsma, President-SKC (U.S). “SKC views New England as one of the country’s best territories for our products and services. With the addition of Underwood Sales, our company’s presence throughout the United States continues to grow, especially now that we are represented in a six-state area of New England.”

“Underwood Sales looks forward to having this opportunity to represent and expand SKC (U.S.) in the New England market, where we have a long-standing commitment to providing the area with premier engineered products,” said Ron Strauss, President, Underwood Sales Corporation. “The addition of SKC products to our current lineup provides our customers with increased options for handling their fractional horsepower motion technology needs.”

About Shinano Kenshi
SKC (U.S.) is one of the world’s leading OEM motor manufacturers, with production facilities in China and Japan and sales, marketing, and engineering offices throughout North America. SKC (U.S.) specializes in the development, manufacture, and distribution of stepper motors, servo motors, DC brushless motors, customized motor assemblies and complete system assembly for the automotive, medical, office, computer peripheral and security surveillance fields.
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