Panasonic Factory Solutions, a division of Panasonic Connect Europe and a leading company in Industry 4.0, and PAGGEN Werkzeugtechnik, a leading European technical distributor of high-tech equipment for the manufacture of electronic products, today announced a distribution collaboration. PAGGEN 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, PAGGEN is a valued partner who extends Panasonic Connect smart factory solutions directly to customers in Germany, with regional focus on Bavaria and Eastern Germany.
Founded in 1990 by Mr. Wolfgang Paggen, Paggen Werkzeugtechnik has been supporting and advising its customers in the selection of the right equipment for electronics manufacturing for 30 years. The product range is constantly being expanded with new national and international partner collaborations.
“With PAGGEN, we found a reliable partner with great expertise in the world of electronic production to collaborate and distribute our wide range of production equipment and automated manufacturing solutions," said Jakob Lehner, Team Leader Sales, Panasonic Connect Europe GmbH.
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