DE-STA-CO Unveils Showroom on Wheels for Customer Education and Training

Mobile unit includes large video display and complete product line.

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DE-STA-CO, a worldwide leader in robotic tooling, workholding and flexible industrial automation solutions, announces the debut of its Showroom on Wheels traveling, exhibiting vehicle.

The Showroom on Wheels will be visiting North American industry trade shows and customer sites beginning in March, with initial stops planned for the Southeast. It will debut at Automate 2011 taking place at the McCormick Place in Chicago from March 21-24.

The Showroom on Wheels vehicle is 24 feet long, with an interior large enough to accommodate the complete DE-STA-CO product line mounted on multiple display boards. Even large-scale products are displayed, including valve-actuated pneumatics, a pick-and-place robot, and a coin stamping machine featuring DE-STA-CO’s CAMCO® products.

A large video monitor swings out so that it can be viewed through the Showroom on Wheels’ open side door, allowing video programs to be displayed in conjunction with product demonstrations and training sessions.

“The Showroom on Wheels enables us to take the full DE-STA-CO product line on the road to give customers a close-up look at all that we offer,” said John Bubnikovich, Director, Global Marketing and Segment Strategy at DE-STA-CO. “We’re looking forward to driving the Showroom on Wheels from coast to coast to let people see and feel the outstanding quality DE-STA-CO builds into every one of our products.”

DE-STA-CO is a global automation and workholding company, providing productivity solutions for the industry since 1915. Quality, innovation, and service have made DE-STA-CO a leader in the design and manufacture of cost reducing, flexible automation solutions for industrial customers around the world.

The company is committed to the Team DE-STA-CO philosophy, a progressive approach to doing business that focuses on providing consistent, standard-setting service and products to every customer, regardless of geographic location.


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