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Endress+Hauser signs Vector Controls and Automation Group as Rep in Gulf Region

Endress+Hauser has signed the Vector Controls and Automation Group (CAG) in Houston as its sales representative servicing Texas, Oklahoma, and portions of New Mexico and Arkansas.

Vector CAG is a newly formed representative partnership consisting of five representative organizations that merged in March 2013 to offer customers the best in instrumentation, automation, mechanical, and analytical solutions, with technical product and application support. Initial merging partners include Pantech Controls, Instrument TAGS, M&D Controls, Remote Data Solutions, and Summit Controls, who have been serving customers for over 150 years combined.  

Endress+Hauser has always believed in its partnerships being key to its success – and its channel partners are at the heart of that.  According to Todd Lucey, Endress+Hauser general manager, “We believe that the Vector merger is a bold and proactive move to anticipate changes in the market place. The competitive landscape is changing for us and for our customers. Endress+Hauser’s goal is to be a preeminent supplier in all of the areas we serve – and we believe Vector is the right platform to achieve that goal in its territory. Our channel partners are the face to our customers, so channel development is at the core of Endress+Hauser achieving its goals. Endress+Hauser can only be successful when we’re successful together with our sales channel – as true partners.”

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