ESK India, Rockwell join hands to sell industrial automation solutions

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ESK India, a wholly owned subsidiary of Sonepar Group of France, has joined hands with Rockwell Automation of the US to sell industrial automation solutions in the eastern India and has set up ESK Automation for it.

ESK Automation will accept orders, deal with inquiries, and offer technical support and customer service on behalf of Rockwell Automation, said top company officials.

New York stock exchange-listed Rockwell Automation is a leading provider of industrial

automation power, control and information solutions.

Sonepar and Rockwell Automation have been working together for over 20 years in many

countries like the United States, Brazil, Canada, China, Malaysia and Thailand.

The company will replicate the same model in India. ESK Automation is the first venture of Sonepar in the automation sector in India, top officials said

The 16.3 billion euro Sonepar Group of France operates in 36 countries across five continents. It is a leading distributor of electrical equipment and related solutions.

Meenu Singhal, market access general manager for India of Rockwell Automation, said, “We have teamed up with a company that has right capability and experience to enhance our standing in the Asia-Pacific region and position us for long-term sustainable growth in eastern part of India.”

Remarking that the association with ESK

Automation is a proof of the organisation’s commitment to the region, Singhal said ESK Automation would help in improving Rockwell’s customer loyalty and benefit the businesses.

ESK officials said the company would support the Rockwell Automation’s growth and performance business strategy that comprises increasing market access, expanding existing markets and extending its reach in eastern part of India.

ritwikmukherjee

@mydigitalfc.com

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