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B&R adds Machine Control Group as exclusive partner in Missouri

B&R Industrial Automation has added Machine Control Group as the newest member of its North American partner network.
“B&R's complete automation portfolio, superior quality hardware, a single software package for deploying any system, and a vast global support network was the perfect foundation for establishing Machine Control Group as a premier automation supplier in Missouri, Arkansas, and western Tennessee,” states Ryan Glenn, President of Machine Control Group.

Machine Control Group is an engineering focused solution provider that supports customers by delivering product solutions, and helping strategize, plan, and analyze financial considerations of implementing a new control system. “Our sales engineers provide the highest level of assistance in system configuration and software development,” Glenn explains.

The team has more than seven years of experience supporting machinery builders, system integrators, and end users with their automation needs. 

Machine Control Group’s team experience ranges from vision systems, sensors, connectivity, mechanical systems, motion control, visualization, distributed IO, to complete machine control solutions.

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Marc Ostertag, President of B&R Industrial Automation comments, “The addition of this new partner allows us to better serve our customers in the greater St. Louis area. Innovative, global products combined with local expertise have long been a B&R strongpoint. We look forward to supporting them with proven machine control technology that provides customers with a competitive edge in today’s global marketplace.”

 

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