SMT Worldwide and Panasonic Factory Solutions announce collaboration to target customers in Spain and Portugal
MUNICH, DECEMBER 2020
Panasonic Factory Solutions, a division of Panasonic Industry Europe, and SMT Worldwide, one of the largest technical distributors of high-tech capital goods for the manufacture of electronic products in Europe with more than 20 years of experience in the markets announce their future collaboration.
SMT Worldwide will distribute the Panasonic Factory Solutions portfolio, highlighting high-end automation products such as Pick & Place and odd form placement machines, printers, and Smart Factory software solutions for industrial sectors such as telecommunications, automotive, computing, and consumer electronics.
With extensive sales and service experience, SMT Worldwide is a valued partner who extends Panasonic Industry smart factory solutions directly to customers in Spain and Portugal.
"It is a logical step for Panasonic Factory Solutions to establish a close partnership with SMT Worldwide. With this cooperation, we bring our proven hardware and software solutions closer to Iberian customers. We look forward to intensive cooperation," says Nils Heininger, Division Director of Panasonic Factory Solutions.
Jean Baptiste Bénard, CEO of SMT Worldwide, looks forward to cooperation: "We are enthusiastic and looking forward to working with Panasonic, SMT Worldwide is always proud to represent the highest quality technology manufacturers, providing clear added value to our customers. We always take care of our cornerstone: our excellence in technical service and support with a high focus on customer service."
More information on SMT Worldwide are accessible here.
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