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Control Techniques celebrates its 40th anniversary

Control Techniques, an Emerson Industrial Automation-owned manufacturer of motion control technology, is today celebrating its 40th anniversary.

The company, which is headquartered in the UK, was originally founded as KTK on 4 October 1973. KTK became Control Techniques on 9 December 1985 and was acquired by Emerson on 30 November 1994  

Enrique Miñarro Viseras, President of Control Techniques, says: "I am proud to be leading this fantastic company.  I would like to thank all employees, past and present, for the hard work that they have put in over the past 40 years to make Control Techniques the global success story it is today.
 
"Last year, Control Techniques launched Unidrive M, the first family of drives that is dedicated specifically to the manufacturing automation market and in the near future we will be launching new ranges of products targeted at each of our other main market sectors.  I believe that our ongoing commitment to technical innovation will ensure Control Techniques' continued success."

Control Techniques has manufacturing and engineering and design centres in the UK, the US, France, China and India, as well as sales operations in over 100 countries.  Currently, the company employs about 1,971 people.
 

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