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Gibson Engineering Added to Sick Distributor Program

September 28, 2009
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MINNEAPOLIS-Sick, manufacturer of sensors, safety systems, machine vision and automatic identification products for factory and logistics automation, has announced that Gibson Engineering, one of its existing distributors, has become a “Summit Distributor” partner. Sick Summit Distributor partners are authorized Sick distributors who represent the top tier in sales and product and application knowledge.

Gibson Engineering, headquartered in Norwood, MA, will offer the full line of Sick solutions for factory and logistics automation. The company will now include Sick safety solutions in their line as well as sensors, machine vision and automatic identification.

“We are extremely excited to bring Gibson Engineering into the Sick Summit Distributor Program,” says Monique Anderson, Sick distribution sales manager. “We firmly believe Gibson will add tremendous value to Sick as a new Summit Distributor.”

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