Allied Electronics & Automation Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary With Siemens

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October 11, 2022

 

Allied Electronics & Automation is celebrating its 10-year anniversary with Siemens, the world’s single-source leader for industrial automation technologies including contactors, circuit breakers, motor starters, power supplies, PLCs, and safety relays.

Siemens first partnered with Allied in 2012 and Allied quickly demonstrated value by providing Siemens with access to untapped market segments and dedicated customer service support teams and surpassing sales goals. In response, Siemens quickly expanded Allied’s access to its product portfolio.

Over the years, the partnership has continued to evolve and intensify. Allied was the first e-commerce distributor to earn Siemens’ Automation authorization and has several Siemens-certified application engineers qualified to provide superior support for motor, drive, and factory automation customers. Allied has also doubled its sales of Siemens products every three years for the past 10 years.

These combined efforts have resulted in a steadfast partnership rooted in trust, reliability, dependability, availability, quality, service, and logistical excellence. Today, Allied has access to the entire Siemens industrial product portfolio and leverages its close working relationship with Siemens to continue providing industrial customers in myriad markets with the best possible product solutions for their various application needs, supporting customers from product selection through to installation, maintenance, and eventual upgrades.

“Siemens has enjoyed the mutually beneficial, synergistic relationship with Allied that has enabled both organizations’ growth in the first decade of our relationship,” said Jacob Middleton, Director of Circuit Protection and Controls, Siemens. “The Siemens portfolio of world-class electrical and automation products strengthens Allied’s presence in the market. Allied’s go-to-market setup, convenient platforms, customer service, and investments in inventory offer access to customers and market segments that might otherwise be difficult for Siemens to serve. So, we value and appreciate the partnership we have established and look forward to our next decade of growth together.”

“We are immensely proud of our partnership with Siemens and the success that we’ve achieved together these past 10 years,” said Frank Cantwell, Vice President of Product and Supplier Management, Allied Electronics & Automation. “Siemens is the world’s single-source leader for industrial automation technologies and industrial automation customers are our primary focus, so we’re proud to offer Siemens’ entire product portfolio as well as Siemens-certified support. We’ve accomplished a lot together in 10 years and are excited to see what the next decade of collaboration has in store.”

 

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