Panasonic Factory Solutions, a division of Panasonic Connect Europe and a leading company in Industry 4.0, and LTHD Corporation, a leading international technical distributor of high-tech equipment for the manufacture of electronic products, today announced a distribution collaboration. LTHD will distribute the Panasonic Factory Solutions’ portfolio, particularly smart factory software solutions as well as high-end automation products such as pick & place machines and printers for various industrial sectors. With extensive sales and service experience, LTHD is a valued partner that will extend Panasonic Connect smart factory solutions directly to customers in Romania.
Since 1994, LTHD Corporation has been a well-known supplier for the EMS, Automotive, aerospace, medical, logistics and other industrial sectors providing a wide range of labels, solder materials, cleaning agents, ESD equipment, automated solutions and authorized service support. With a highly qualified team, LTHD focuses on solutions that meet customers’ complex requirements.
“Panasonic stands for quality and sustainable professionalism and combined with LTHD’s experience and reputation, built over the past 30 years, we believe that this collaboration will bring major benefits to the Eastern European electronics industry. For us and our partners, it is an opportunity to bring the latest innovation in smart factory solutions to our business customers,” said Theodor Lazarescu, CEO, LTHD Corporation.
“With LTHD Corporation, we have found a reliable partner with great expertise in the market to successfully expand and distribute our portfolio in the Romanian market. We look forward to a great future working together,” said Jakob Lehner, Team Leader Sales, Panasonic Connect Europe GmbH.
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