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Precision Engineering Inc. joins Yokogawa’s VigilantPlant Solutions Partner Program

Yokogawa Corp. of America announced that Precision Engineering Inc. has joined its new VigilantPlant Solutions Partner Program (VPS Partner Program). The VPS Partners program creates a collaborative partnership with select System Integrators (SIs) to deliver Yokogawa’s best in class industrial automation solutions to the process industry. As a trained integrator, PEI will deliver Yokogawa's VigilantPlant Solutions portfolio including the portfolio of DCS, PLC, and RTU products, as well as, advanced application software solutions. Support comes from some of the leading industry experts, both domestic and from group companies around the globe, which have executed and supplied more than 20,000 control systems worldwide.

“PEI has an outstanding reputation in the gulf region and nationally. They make an excellent VPS partner because their primary commitment is to achieve total customer satisfaction by assisting them in implementing technologies that meet or exceed requirements, said Roger Van Nuis, GM Indirect Channels.”

Precision Engineering is an engineering company dedicated to providing quality engineering services. PEI is a full service multi-discipline engineering firm specializing in control system, instrumentation, and electrical design services. For more information, visit www.precision-eng.com.

Yokogawa Corp. of America is the North American division of Yokogawa Electric Corp. and a key part of Yokogawa's global network of 25 manufacturing facilities and 80 companies spanning 54 countries. For more information, visit www.yokogawa.com/us.

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