Omron Automation Americas Announces FY21 “Distributor of the Year”

DCS Omron Automation Americas Announces FY21 Distributor of the Year 1 400

August 2, 2022

 

Omron announces the winner of the Distributor of the Year award for fiscal year 2021. This prestigious distinction recognizes Omron’s top distributor for excellence in revenue growth, local engagement, expertise, and solution selling.

Industrial Automation solutions provider Omron Automation Americas has announced Airline Hydraulics Corporation as the winner of Distributor of the Year for fiscal year 2021. On July 13th, Omron Vice President of Sales Peter Brouwer presented the award to the Airline executive management team, which includes CEO Mark Steffens and Director of Sales Keith Elphick.

“On behalf of Omron Automation Americas, I am very pleased to recognize Airline Hydraulics as our 2021 Distributor of the Year,” says Brouwer. “Airline’s investment in innovation and commitment to our technology secured this award. As a highly respected partner in the Americas market, they have supported the growth of our brand and delivered superior support to customers. We look forward to many years of continuing to make our partnership stronger.”

Steffens also expressed great confidence in the Omron-Airline partnership. “After 30+ years of partnering with Omron, we are flattered to accept this great honor,” he says. “Omron’s core values and growth objectives perfectly align with ours. We appreciate the Omron experts who have supported our business with advanced automation solutions and technologies over the past seven years to lay the groundwork for this success together. We look forward to continuously build upon this success with Omron.”

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