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Parker's Electromechanical & Drives Division Newsletter for Our Sales Channel Partners
December 2015 -- Special Year-End Edition
NEW RELEASES
Parker EMN Merges with SSDN
New GM named
In July of this year, two Parker Automation Divisions--Electromechanical North America (EMN) and SSD Drives North America (SSDN)--merged to form the Electromechanical & Drives Division. The new division headquarters are now in Charlotte, NC.

RECENT RELEASES
New Product Releases
2015 was a busy year for Parker's Electromechanical & Drives Division.
Parker's Electromechanical & Drives Division had a number of major product releases during the year, including:

The domestic manufacturing of the complete line of High Moment Rodless (HMR) electromechanical linear actuator series. “This move will serve to greatly improve product lead times as well as offering greater levels of customer support and customization options,” explained Jeremy Miller, Parker’s Linear Mechanics Product Manager.


MARKETING TOOLS
Parker Extranet sales tools
Automation Technologies Catalog
Trilogy catalog pdf
IPS catalog pdf


Upcoming Training Dates
Classes are filling up. Register
early to guarantee local accommodations.


Sizing and Selection Software Updates
System Solution Finder and motion Sizer now include IPA, MPE, PAC and all the latest motor and encoder options. Download today.
Parker in the News
A sampling of this year's division media coverage.
As the automation industry grows, more and more machine builders, OEMS, and end-users rely on Parker products. Among the demonstrations of this trend is the media, which continued to focus on Parker electromechanical solutions in 2015. Here are just a few of the stories they covered.


Video Highlights
New products, tutorials and more.
RESOURCES
Parker posted a number of videos this year—some produced in-house, and others produced by those wanting to share our technology with their followers. In this video, for example, Design World editors Lisa Eitel and Paul Heney show an ETT linear motor—specifically, the ETT032 actuator. The ETT is an energy-efficient alternative to pneumatic cylinders because it directly generates linear motion without mechanical transmission elements like ballscrews and gearboxes.

CONTACT
Mark Hawthorne
Parker Hannifin Corporation
Marketing Communications
Electromechanical & Drives Division
Office:  707-584-2449

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