24 Sep 08:55
Westford, MA – September 21, 2018 – Performance Motion Devices, Inc., a provider of innovative, high-performance integrated circuit, machine control board and drive-based motion control solutions to OEMs around the globe and Endrich Bauelemente Vetriebs GmbH (Endrich), a leading European high-tech distributor of electronic components today announced a new partnership that will enable Endrich to distribute product and provide technical support for Performance Motion Devices, Inc.’s line of embedded motion control solutions. With 17 offices in key European markets, including Germany, Switzerland, Austria and France, Endrich's knowledgeable technical sales team will bring a new level of local service to customers in these regions.
Performance Motion Devices solutions can be found in lab automation, medical devices, robotics, packaging, 3D printing, semiconductor manufacturing, among others. Their motion control solutions are ideal for single and multi-axis applications, regardless of motor types used and include a complete suite of development tools that make design and development fast and easy.
Utilizing a service-oriented sales approach, Endrich offers customers a significant range of high-tech products in the areas of optoelectronics, sensor systems, electromechanics, and components which allows them to tailor solutions for their customers. Working with Performance Motion Devices will enable Endrich to augment their offering with a needed portfolio of high-performance, embedded motion control technologies.
“Partnering with Endrich will enable Performance Motion Devices to address the needs of our current and prospective customers across Germany, Switzerland and other regions of Europe,” said Chuck Lewin, President and CEO of Performance Motion Devices. “Our new relationship will significantly expand the reach of our advanced, pre-programmed solutions that deliver sophisticated motion control and dramatically reduce development time.”
“As one of the leading specialist distributors in Europe for electronic components, Endrich offers standard and high-tech products, for all types of applications plus the technical support and ability to speak to knowledgeable engineers to find the best solution for our customers,” said Dr. Christiane Endrich, Managing Director of Endrich. “Adding Performance Motion Device’s motion control solutions to our offerings will allow our customers the reliability and long-term availability they require for their instruments.”
Performance Motion Devices, Inc. provides innovative and high-performance integrated circuit, board and drive-based motion control solutions to manufacturers and OEMs around the globe. With over 6 million installed axes, Performance Motion Devices has the motion control expertise to simplify designs, lower production costs and risk, and enable customers to bring their products to market quickly. Performance Motion Devices products are used to control DC brush, brushless DC, and step motors in the medical device, laboratory automation, robotics, 3D printing, entertainment and semiconductor automation markets. Performance Motion Devices—motion control at its core.
In the procurement of true innovations from Asia and USA we do not only see a challenge – it really is a central driving force for our company. Top service and highest quality are our gauges, in a sector known for its worldwide quality competition. When costs and product development spin like turbines we remain composed and keep thinking goal-oriented. We do not abandon our clients but provide advice about the right products and their potentialities already in the forefront. The advantages of familiar thinking are possible only in a family enterprise. Endrich stands for the dialogue from person to person drawn from long relationships with our customers and manufacturers and inspired by our claim; “endrich—components of life. “
Lauren L. Brennan
Director of Global Marketing, Performance Motion Devices, Inc.
Product Manager Semiconductor, Endrich GmbH
Sniper Public Relations on Behalf of Performance Motion Devices, Inc.