Endress+Hauser Announces New Representation in Wisconsin, Northern Michigan

Oct. 1, 2015
Forberg Scientific Inc. is now the single-source supplier for all markets and industries across the Wisconsin and Northern Michigan markets

Forberg Scientific Inc. is now Endress+Hauser’s exclusive representative for Wisconsin and Northern Michigan.

Together, Endress+Hauser and Forberg provide an offering of products, services and solutions for all industries including food and beverage, chemical, water/wastewater, life sciences, power and energy, oil and gas, primaries, and metals to its customers.

“Forberg Scientific Inc. is honored to have been appointed as Endress+Hauser’s exclusive representative and for both Wisconsin and Northern Michigan,” said Carl Derian, president of Forberg Scientific Inc. “Wisconsin customers will benefit from Forberg’s professional sales team, breadth of product offering and technical product knowledge.”

Through offering a diversified portfolio of instrumentation and solutions, Forberg provides customers with a single advisor to solve their process measurement and control challenges. This expands Forberg Scientific’s presence as an instrumentation supplier in the Midwest with coverage in Western Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Northern Ohio, Northern Michigan and Wisconsin.

“Endress+Hauser strongly believes in order for our organization to thrive and be successful in the local markets we serve, we must continue to over-proportionally invest in our representatives,” said Nick Camin, Midwest area vice president for Endress+Hauser.

Source: Endress+Hauser

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