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Here we grow again Advanced Motion & Controls Ltd expands its footprint in Eastern Canada


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Here we grow again Advanced Motion & Controls Ltd expands its footprint in Eastern Canada


December 1st 2016: Advanced Motion & Controls Ltd (AM&C) is pleased to announce that it has expanded its footprint in Eastern Canada to include a location in Nova Scotia, positioned just outside of Halifax in Hubley NS, Serving all of New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Nova Scotia.
“Advanced Motion & Controls is very excited to have a location in Atlantic Canada,” said AM&C Regional Manager-Atlantic Canada Jamie Wile, “having an office located in the Atlantic region will be vital to our growth, and this is an exciting step in the right direction.”
The new location will allow for future growth in the ever expanding region. It will also enable AM&C to continue to offer the personalized customer – focused service their clients have come to expect.
With a full complement of inside sales, engineering and manufacturing support from our head office, we have been able to provide our Atlantic customer base the local expertise that is required in today’s competitive marketplace. The addition of our new location will only reinforce our commitment to providing our customer base with the best solutions for their challenging robotic and automation applications.
About Advanced Motion and Controls
Headquartered in Barrie Ontario, Advanced Motion & Controls Ltd. has been serving industry since 1986 as a major Canadian distributor of factory automation products. For 30 years Advanced Motion has been committed to providing world class knowledge, solution expertise and resources to our customer base through our support network of sales, engineers and production resources across, now, our 5 locations in Canada.


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