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Epson Signs Smith Power Systems as Distributor in South Central U.S.

Epson Robots has signed Smith Power Systems, provider of selling services for its manufacturing partners, as an official distributor for the full line of Epson Robots automation products for the Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas (excluding El Paso) territories. This includes Epson SCARA, 6-axis and linear module robots as well as integrated solutions such as the IntelliFlex feeding system, vision guide, force guide and many other industrial automation products offered by Epson Robots.

"Our partnership with Epson gives us a solid footprint in the factory automation, assembly and robotics field in our territory," said Gregg Smith, President, Smith Power Systems. "Epson has the right high quality and innovative product mix that delivers speed, flexible payload options and high precision to fit a large majority of applications. Epson is a trusted brand that stands behind its products and provides excellent customer service."

"We are looking forward to our teams joining together," said Tom Versfelt, VP Commercial Sales Epson. Smith Power Systems offers key complementary product lines that will fit well with our robots. Their expertise and commitment to product training and service are essential in providing first class automation solutions to our joint customers for the best return on investment."

Smith Power Systems' complementary product offerings to Epson Robots include rotary indexers, screw driving systems, bowl feeders, end-of-arm tooling and grippers, robotic dress packs and infeed and outfeed twin strand pallet conveyors for assembly lines-all key components for a complete automation solution for a wide range of applications.

For more information contact:

Epson Robots

1650 E. Glenn Curtiss St.

Carson, CA 90746


Smith Power Systems, Inc.

10890 Alder Circle

Dallas, TX 75238


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