ICCO EMT expanding in Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary

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OMRON’s partner in Romania, ICCO EMT, is expanding its territory to include Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary for the sale and support of all OMRON AOI, SPI and AXI products...

 “OMRON has many key customers in these countries and it is important to have the right partner for the best support possible. We at OMRON know that ICCO EMT will deliver top quality support for the benefit of our customers,” ran a company statement in part.

Founded in 1997, ICCO EMT was established as the main business partner in Romania for Assembléon, the leading manufacturer of pick&place machines in the Netherlands, but has since diversified its portfolio of offerings.

Brasov-based ICCO EMT is a supplier of services and products for electronic production technology. Japanese OMRON is a manufacturer of control equipment, factory automation systems, electronic components, automotive electronics, ticket vending machines and medical equipment.

– Written by Gábor Pákozdi

 

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