NORTHFIELD, Minn. – Northfield Automation Systems recently announced the launch of Automation Insider, an electronic newsletter aimed at keeping Northfield Automation customers, partners and others up-to-date with company news and updates.
By distributing a monthly newsletter, Northfield Automation will be better able to stay connected with customers and become a resource for information about industry news, trends and innovations. Automation Insider will also serve as a tool for clients to learn what is going on within Northfield Automation Systems.
Darin Stotz, director of sales and marketing, said, “Automation Insider is another way we can stay in touch with those most important to us. There’s so much going on here and in our industry, and we wanted to develop a tool that allowed us to share news and information quickly, easily and in a way that is convenient for our customers and partners.”
Company president and co-founder Mark Wegner said, “Our industry is constantly changing and advancing, so we think our subscribers will appreciate having relevant information delivered right to their e-mail inboxes.”
The inaugural issue of Automation Insider was sent early this month and highlighted the completion of Northfield Automation’s new website. It also highlighted the company’s involvement with Solar Power International 2010 and gave subscribers an easy way to connect with the company’s new LinkedIn presence, another communications tool being developed by the company. “We still have some work to do with our LinkedIn page,” said Stotz, “but we think we’re well on the way to making it a place others in our industry can connect with one another as well as with key industry information.”
You can view the newsletter in its entirety online and sign up to receive future issues.
Founded in 1995, Northfield Automation Systems, Inc., designs, engineers and fabricates automation machinery for OEMs and high-volume, custom manufacturers. Its engineers provide consultative support for streamlined manufacturing processes with turnkey, integrated equipment. The company’s vision is to become the global leader in web-based, high-precision, roll-to-roll processing of thin-film applications, including flexible electronics, display, solar, flexible battery, and organic electronics. Northfield Automation has nearly 75 years of combined experience in roll-to-roll thin material handling, and can work from lab scale to high-volume production. The company is located in Northfield, Minn., which is 35 minutes south of the Minneapolis/St.Paul metro area.