Brother Gearmotors Partners with Manufacturers’ Representative Applied Mechatronics to Service California-based Customers
Bridgewater, NJ – Brother Gearmotors, a division of Brother International Corporation that offers a wide range of ultra-reliable, sub-fractional AC gearmotors and reducers for the food & beverage, packaging and material handling industries, has entered into an agreement with Applied Mechatronics, a California-based manufacturers’ representative with extensive experience applying motion control into machine design and factory automation applications. Applied Mechatronics will commence servicing much of Brother Gearmotors’ customer base in California.
As part of the agreement, Applied Mechatronics will serve as a liaison between Brother Gearmotors and many of its California-based customers while sharing its expertise in motion control automation. Applied Mechatronics has deep roots in the automation sector, having solved numerous motion control challenges over more than a decade of experience.
In addition to servicing existing Brother Gearmotors’ customers in California, Applied Mechatronics will work closely with Brother Gearmotors’ Business Development Manager, Rob Kaminski, to develop additional customers in the state.
“Applied Mechatronics has a solid reputation as a manufacturers’ representative, not only due to its exemplary customer service but its engineers’ ability to quickly gain expert knowledge of a company’s products, service protocols and other applications,” said Matthew Roberson, Senior Director of Brother Gearmotors. “We look forward to a successful relationship that utilizes our companies’ combined strengths, to the benefit of our customers in California.”
About Brother Gearmotors
A division of Brother International Corporation, Brother Gearmotors offers a wide range of high-quality, sub-fractional AC gearmotors and reducers in demanding industries such as food & beverage, packaging and material handling. Brother Gearmotors is one of the world’s largest fine-pitch gear manufacturers and was designed in response to the industry’s demand for smaller, lighter, more reliable and energy-efficient power transmission components. Brother International Corporation, with its corporate headquarters located in Bridgewater, New Jersey, was established in 1954. Currently, Brother and its subsidiaries employ over 1,000 people in the Americas.
About Applied Mechatronics
In business since 2002, Applied Mechatronics was founded out of a need to better serve the automation needs of the West Coast. The company has five office locations, from Portland in the north to San Diego in the south.
Applied Mechatronics’ engineers have an average of 25 years of experience in applying motion control into machine design and factory automation applications. The company’s strengths in mechanical and electronic automation allow it to offer out-of-the-box expertise related to how specific products interact with each other in complicated manufacturing environments.