Flexpoint and noDNA agree partnership on sensors

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Flexpoint Sensor Systems says it has received new purchase orders from major European distributor

Flexpoint Sensor Systems and one of Germany’s best known robotics component specialists noDNA, have agreed a new reseller-distributor relationship.

noDNA is said to be one of the biggest sources for robotics and robotics components, as well as 3D printing and electronics in Europe.

More than an e-commerce powerhouse, noDNA supports their customers with tremendous access to products and educational materials. 

They deliver unparalleled customer service and technical support, and are well known to regularly organize and sponsor Robotics workshops and development projects with and for customers.

Paul Sexauer, Flexpoint VP sales and marketing, says: “We continue to stay committed to building our distributor channel. We are very proud to be working with noDNA, a world-class solution provider in one of our target markets.

“Robotics is a market where the Bend Sensor, an integral part of a system design, truly shines and delivers real value.”

Flexpoint and noDNA their partnership is “poised to flourish at a time when the global robotics industry has never been stronger”.

They point to a recent Fortune Magazine article which highlights the growth of the robotics industry, and references an IDC research report which predicts spending on robotics and related services will reach $135 billion by 2019 – up from $71 billion in 2015.

Automation, artificial intelligence, productivity improvements and enabling technologies of all types are fueling this tremendous market evolution.

Flexpoint has received recent Purchase Orders from noDNA to meet customer demand and sees significant, sustained growth ahead.

Robert Dotzauer, noDNA CEO, says: “We are really proud that Flexpoint is our new partner. Increasingly over time, we recognized that there is a high and increasing demand for high quality sensors all over Europe.

“With Flexpoint, we found a trustful partner to offer our clients the best service and the best products in this range which are available on the market. We are looking forward to great cooperation going forward.”

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