Murray Percival Co. Announces New Partnership with FlexLink

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The Murray Percival Company, the leading supplier to the Midwest's electronics industry, today announced a new partnership with FlexLink, the leading factory automation expert.

“The Murray Percival Company couldn't be more pleased with its new association with the great folks at FlexLink,” commented Murray Percival Jr., Co-owner of Murray Percival Company. “FlexLink manufactures assembly conveyor systems for all types of industries, and PCB assembly is one of their key specialties. They provide quality-built gear, competitively priced, and provide local service and support second to none. More importantly, their core values match ours like a glove. They are here to create value for our many customers.”

FlexLink provides innovative, automated solutions to produce goods smarter, safer, and at lower operating costs. For 40 years, their solutions have enabled manufacturers, machine providers, and system integrators to take control of production efficiency. FlexLink serves a broad customer base, ranging from local producers to global corporations, and from end-users to machine manufacturers. The company is the leading provider of high-end solutions to manufacturing industries such as food, beverages, personal care, healthcare, automotive, and electronics.

“We are excited to work with Murray Percival Co. as a partner in the Electronics/PCB Assembly sector,” added Joe Ambrose, FlexLink SBU Manager - PCB. “Their overall values and high-level customer service are well respected in the industry, and we look forward to doing great things as we begin working together.”



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