Schneider Electric signs up Remtron as certified distributor
Schneider Electric has announced that it has signed an agreement to appoint Remtron, a supplier of automation, process control and IT-related products, as the sole Certified Industrial Automation Distributor for Schneider Electric in Australia.
Schneider Electric said its Certified Industrial Automation Distributor (IAD) program has been created to develop and empower expert industrial automation distributors to become specialist transformation partners.
The company said this new distributor model will enable more Schneider Electric customers to receive high-level specialist support for industrial projects across Australia, including remote and regional areas.
“Remtron’s established network and customer-centric approach make it the ideal partner to bring Schneider Electric’s top-tier automation solutions closer to our customers, empowering them to unlock new levels of competitiveness and growth,” said Carlos Urbano, Vice President of Industry, Pacific Zone at Schneider Electric. “We’re thrilled to embark on this journey with Remtron and witness the transformative impact it will have on our customers’ operations. By partnering with Remtron, we’re significantly extending our reach and ensuring that even more businesses across Australia can leverage the power of Schneider Electric’s innovative products and services.”
“Our team is delighted to be partnering with Schneider Electric to deliver its comprehensive range of industrial automation solutions to market,” said Adrian Matthews, Managing Director of Remtron. “We have the expertise, coverage, initiative — and the superior technology solutions — to ensure Remtron’s success in solving complex problems for industrial organisations.
“This partnership is a win for all industrial customers across Australia and is now live with support available to all of Schneider Electric’s industrial customers across Australia.”
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