PNRG to provide local expertise and support for stroboscopic inspection lighting customers
Saddle Brook, NJ DECEMBER 29, 2016 - Unilux, the world's leading designer and manufacturer of strobe lights for surface inspection in the metals, printing/converting and papermaking industries, today announced the addition of Pacific Northwest Regional Group (PNRG) to their growing team of local reps with significant industrial experience. PNRG will provide local sales support for Unilux customers in 4 northwest states: Montana, Oregon, Washington and Wyoming, and 2 Canadian provinces: Alberta and British Columbia.
“PNRG is a welcome addition to the Unilux team,” said Tom Herold, VP Sales-Americas. “By delivering professional representation of our inspection solutions to manufacturers in the Northwest, they will help us improve our competitive advantage and market position.”
PNRG brings decades of experience in paper, steel and various other manufacturing sectors, aligning with Unilux industrial markets. In the Northwest marketplace, they have good working relationships with their customers, bringing with them unique territory knowledge. PNRG represents several manufacturers with complementary products.
"We welcome the opportunity to work with Unilux”, said Bob Napier, President of PNRG. “As technology leaders in stroboscopic inspection, Unilux products offer outstanding opportunities for manufacturers in our region.”
Unilux inspection lights use the stroboscopic effect to freeze images of sections of webs moving at full production speed, making the smallest of defects clearly visible. This enables operators to use their knowledge of the product and printing process to determine the cause of the defect and take appropriate action to fix the problem or stop expensive, value-added processes to reduce waste.
Unilux, headquartered in Saddle Brook, NJ, has 53 years of experience in designing and manufacturing industrial surface inspection lighting systems for the metals, papermaking, printing/converting/packaging and textile industries. Unilux stroboscopic inspection lights range from handheld units for spot or narrow-web inspection, maintenance and troubleshooting applications to fixed-mounted units capable of inspecting surfaces up to 12m wide. Unilux has sales representatives in 58 countries throughout the world along with five service centers.
Unilux, Inc., 59 North 5th St., Saddle Brook, NJ 07663 USA.
For additional information:
Mike Simonis, President
Kimberly Olmo, Marketing