Beginning of June we organized a Business Partner Meeting for all of our distributors from North America. All the distributors came to our new office in Waukesha, where we also have our showroom and training room.
During the meeting we informed our partners on new product developments we are working on and we focused on our Automated Solutions which plays an important role in solving problems that many companies are currently facing. Skilled labor is difficult to find and often even more difficult to retain. The average age of our workforce is increasing, and young talent just isn’t entering the field. Automated Solutions such as the R-Brake and Mini Cell were created to help to bend those headwinds.
Many different topics were discussed, such as, our large investment in the North American market, including doubling the amount of parts inventory to respond as fast as possible to customers service needs. We also got input from our partners on how to perform on an even higher level to support our customers even better. With the efforts and cooperation of our great business partners we continue to grow our market share here in North America.
The timing of the event was perfect with FABTECH only a few months away. We shared our plans for the show in Chicago from the 13th till the 16th of September. Together with our partners we hope to welcome you during the FABTECH.
We look back on a successful event, it was good to have seen and spoken to everyone in person. We are proud of the collaboration with our partners and look forward to continuing this in the future and serving satisfied customers.
At FABTECH 2021, SafanDarley will present the newest innovations in sheet metal working, with a focus on Automated Solutions. SafanDarley is an experienced specialist in the field of electric automated bending cells. The automated solutions go much further than stand-alone solutions.
Entrepreneur Wesley van Rietschoten started the company Rietcon in Spijkenisse four years ago. He recently invested in a new SafanDarley Press brake and Guillotine. Production is growing and the factory space is already becoming too small. “We are looking for bigger premises,” says the entrepreneur. At 37 years old, Van Rietschoten is quite a young entrepreneur. But he has already made his mark during his 15 years in the sheet metal sector.