Automation, control system providers form alliance

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BIRMINGHAM, AL, March 3, 2010 -- Revere Control Systems, an industrial control system integrator headquartered in Birmingham, has established an alliance with Motion Industries, also headquartered in Birmingham. Motion Industries is a leading distributor of maintenance, repair, and operation (MRO) replacement parts to a wide variety of industrial customers in North America. Under the terms of the alliance, Motion Industries sales offices will be able to offer their customers turnkey automation and control system integration services, to be provided by Revere. Motion Industries customers can now have a complete package of products and engineering services from one trusted single-source supplier.

With thirty years of experience in control system integration, Revere Control Systems has a proven record in the industry. As a full-service engineering company, Revere Control Systems delivers conceptual design, certified project management, detailed engineering and programming, panel fabrication and assembly, testing, and in-depth field assistance with installation, startup, training, and maintenance. Revere is a full-service system integrator offering complete design-build capabilities for a wide range of industries.

Through Automation Alliance Group, Revere can meet the needs of customers with a team of experts specifically chosen for industry, technology expertise, and location on a national and international level. Motion Industries' sales force and Revere's sales application engineers will be working together to provide seamless, turnkey solutions and support.

Jim Williams, Vice President of Sales at Motion Industries, said "Motion takes great pride in the relationships that we have established over the years, and we are constantly striving to build strategic alliances that enable us to provide the quality of products and services that our customers expect. We look forward to providing our customers with expanded capabilities in engineering and automation services."

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