Beckhoff introduces new Solution Provider programme

Beckhoff Automation has announced the launch of its Solution Provider programme, a scheme that aims to couple end users with trusted, competent partners. The programme will help to deliver best-in-class solutions by combining innovative and creative products and knowledge.

As part of a worldwide initiative, the partner network covers a diverse array of industries, from robotic handling systems and process plant machinery through to smart building automation.

Using Beckhoff’s high-performance PC and EtherCAT-based automation platform, coupled with extensive knowledge of the system and the underlying products and technologies, Solution Providers are uniquely placed to implement pioneering application solutions. These partners also bring a deep understanding of their specialist industries, along with complementary products and technologies, to ensure the seamless delivery of any application.

As this growing network of valued partners will be closely supported by Beckhoff’s own sales and technical personnel, ongoing training and early insights and access to emerging technologies will be freely accessible.

“The trusted partners that make up the Beckhoff Solution Provider programme have the knowledge and expertise needed to design manufacture, install, program, commission and maintain a diverse range of control solutions using Beckhoff hardware,” said Stephen Hayes, managing director of Beckhoff UK. “This reliably provides peace of mind for the end user.

“Every Solution Provider has invested in advanced, intelligent automation solutions and has a knowledgeable and highly skilled team ready to meet the unique demands of each individual project.”

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