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Nashua, N.H.-based Semaphore, a CSE Global company, has welcomed Cross Automation as a distribution partner for the company's T-BOX and Kingfisher supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system product lines as well as Semaphore connectivity products.

Semaphore's T-BOX and Kingfisher RTU products are used for a broad range of monitoring and control applications in the broadcast/telecom, infrastructure management, oil & gas, power, transportation and water/wastewater industries.

Cross Automation is a provider of automation solutions, supplying industrial automation products and in-depth technical support for plant and machine automation applications. The company’s specialty is providing quality products and solutions for fluid power, motion control, factory automation, measurement and fluid handling applications.

Cross Automation is Semaphore's authorized distributor for customers in Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia.

SOURCE: CSE-Semaphore


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