Mitsubishi Electric Factory Automation names leader

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Péter Balán, who has been the direct representative of Mitsubishi Electric in the Hungarian market since 2009, was appointed team leader at the recently opened Mitsubishi Electric Factory Automation’s Hungarian office, according to a press release issued yesterday.

The new office will serve customers through sales and technical support providing all services for both before and after sales. This step shows Mitsubishi Electricʼs significant involvement in the development of industry in the CEE region and Hungary specifically. 

As the leading producer of industrial automation products such as drives, control systems and industrial robots, Mitsubishi Electric would like to bring innovation to its customers, helping them develop their business and become more competitive, the press statement noted.

Apart from a wide range of automation products, Mitsubishi Electric also offers ready to use solutions, especially for automotive, printing, food & beverages, life science and water markets.

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