Logi.cals signs distributors in Poland and China

  • August 02, 2010
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August 02, 2010 –Logi.cals announced that Encon Sp. z.o.o and CNTech Co Ltd have been appointed as distribution and support partners in Poland and China respectively.“Poland and China offer significant potential for our innovative products. With Encon and CnTech we have found two competent partners and are excited about working with them in the future” says logi.cals CEO, Heinrich Steininger.Reliable Distribution PartnersThe Polish company Encon Sp. z.o.o is a specialist in the areas of robotics and automation. With positive economic growth, the Polish market continues to grow with a resulting demand for new plant and construction projects. “Technological solutions require legible documentation in order to increase productivity. logi.cals' products are platform-independent and they facilitate the work of our project-engineers,” says Wojciech Ptak, Encon sales specialist. The Chinese market also offers significant business opportunities. The "China boom" of the last few years has not been slowed by the worldwide economic crisis and experts forecast another year of impressive economic growth in 2010. CnTech is a specialist for the distribution and support of high-tech software products with branch offices in Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, Wuhan und Shenzhen. “Our engineers tested logi.CAD and found that many of our regular customers could be potential users of this automation platform. We therefore contacted logi.cals with the intention to conclude a co-operation contract,” says Alex Wang, Director of Business Development at CnTech.Corporate Datalogi.cals has been developing state-of-the-art software programmes for automation technology, process-based industry and industrial plant engineering for more than 20 years. logi.cals is a founding member of PLCopen, a member of AutomationML and participates in various industry-related committees and user-organisations. Since January 2010 the company is also actively involved in the “Christian Doppler Research Laboratory” at the Vienna University of Technology, which focuses on “Engineering Environment Integration.” The company has at present 37 employees at its head-office in Oberwölbling near St. Pölten (Austria) and at its branch office in Langenfeld (Germany). Sales in 2009 were c. EUR 3.2M. Learn More

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