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FIPA Expands International Distribution Network

28 July 2015

FIPA is expanding its international distribution network to include a representative sales office in Poland.

As a provider of handling and automation solutions with a focus on vacuum, gripper and lifting equipment FIPA says that it has strengthened its market position in a dynamic growth market. It explains that Poland has a well-developed industrial market that economic experts see as having an enormous growth potential. The infrastructure is being continuously expanded and has already reached a high level.

According to FIPA, Eastern Europe’s strongest sales market is home to many companies from the fast-growing automotive and plastics industries in particular, having more than 15,000 companies which deal with the handling and processing of plastics. There are also wood, metal and glass-processing companies that can benefit from the FIPA product range.






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