Manufacturing AUTOMATION

Epson signs Advanced Industrial Products as distributor in Kentucky and West Virginia

August 25, 2021
By Manufacturing AUTOMATION

Epson Robots has announced that it signed Advanced Industrial Products as an official distributor of its automation solutions. AIP is a factory automation and robotics supplier.

According to a statement released by Epson, this new partnership makes automation attainable, simple and affordable to AIP customers in the states of Kentucky and West Virginia. Epson’s solutions combined with AIP’s technical sales staff and engineers will help open the doors to build new relationships in automotive, food, beverage and medical markets.

“We take pride at AIP in providing exceptional customer service with our knowledgeable, highly-trained technical sales and engineer teams to help make the pre- and post-sale process seamless,” said Jack Lopipero, president at AIP. “Epson’s high level of attentiveness and business values translate into outstanding support to distributor partners, making them an ideal manufacturer to work with. In fact, AIP was so pleased to learn Epson shares a similar business model that we can leverage moving forward to deliver the best experience for customers.”

AIP offers the full lineup of Epson Robots automation products, including the extensive portfolio of SCARA, 6-Axis robots and integrated options. Epson’s affordable robot solutions combined with quality and support provide AIP customers with a broad spectrum of products to meet automation needs.


“Epson’s customer-first philosophy coupled with AIP’s hands-on, customer-centric approach makes them an ideal partner,” said Tom Versfelt, vice-president of channel and commercial sales, Epson America. “AIP has demonstrated phenomenal customer service and support, solidifying its reputation as an industry leader in supplying automation system solutions in the Kentucky and West Virginia area. We are thrilled to help support their growth as a business and work together to break into new markets of automation.”

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