Micromech a long established Parker motion distributor is appointed for a further 5 years

Micromech is delighted to announce its long partnership with Parker Hannifin has been extended by five years as a Certified Distributor for Motion. Parker Hannifin is well known in the field of Electromechanical Automation as a pioneer, developer and manufacturer of a full-spectrum Parker Announcementcomputer-based motion controllers, servo/step motor drives, servo motors and human-machine interfaces, positioning systems, gear heads and gearmotors. Their products automate the manufacturing of a significant fraction of the world’s goods and services. Parker electromechanical automation products are sold via independent authorised Automation Technology Centres, a group of professional, highly trained organisations with a presence throughout the world.

Dave Newman, Distribution Manager of Parker UK said “ Micromech has been chosen to continue as our UK motion distributor for its marketing and technical abilities and accordingly is entitled to describe itself as a Certified Distributor of Parker”. He explained “with access to the impressive, comprehensive range of Parker’s electromechanical and drives products, Micromech can advise, specify and supply the optimum products to suit most applications. Backed by this extensive range of motion products, the Micromech team is able to react and respond to customers needs immediately”.

For Micromech, Mark Hall MD, said “we are delighted that Parker has re-appointed us with an extended agreement that allows us to plan, develop and work together for the long-term sales of Parker products”. He added “Micromech prides itself on its first-class technical expertise and in-depth specialist motion control knowledge gained from experience accumulated over 30 years of working in motion control. With our specialist in-house ‘design and build’ capability, Micromech is one of very few companies in the UK able to provide a complete motion control service from complete system down to individual components”.

‘Micromech Systems and Parker are forces in motion’
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