DAPRA Customer Resource Center
TECHNOMARK, a leading OEM of dot peen and laser marking systems, announced on June 1, 2021 that it has ended its distribution agreement with DAPRA MARKING SYSTEMS in the USA. To see the full announcement, please visit TECHNOMARK Ends Partnership with DAPRA MARKING SYSTEMS – TechnoMark (technomark-inc.com)
TECHNOMARK North America is the exclusive OEM distribution arm of TECHNOMARK Group in the USA, providing sales, support, and repair services for all TECHNOMARK brand Multi-4, M4 Inline, and FlexMark modular dot peen marking systems as well as the GRAPHIX all-in-one laser marking system.
TECHNOMARK users who purchased industrial marking machines from DAPRA MARKING SYSTEMS in the past can now establish an OEM-direct supplier relationship with TECHNOMARK North America. To assist with the transition, TECHNOMARK has created this customer resource center where you will find answers to frequently asked questions (FAQ) as well as points of contact for order processing and technical support.
TECHNOMARK entered into a distribution agreement with DAPRA MARKING SYSTEMS to introduce Multi-4 to the USA market. Since then, the installed base of TECHNOMARK machines in the Americas region has grown to more than 5000 dot peen and laser marking systems operating in the field.
TECHNOMARK Group acquired a controlling interest in Industrial Marking Solutions & Associates, LLC (IMSA), an independent distributor of TECHNOMARK products located in Houston, TX.
TECHNOMARK Group reformed IMSA to become TECHNOMARK, INC. dba TECHNOMARK North America. Today, TECHNOMARK North America is the exclusive OEM distribution arm of TECHNOMARK Group in the USA, providing sales, support, and repair services for all TECHNOMARK Multi-4, M4 Inline, and FlexMark modular dot peen marking systems as well as the GRAPHIX all-in-one laser marking system.
“DAPRA MARKING SYSTEMS has been a valued distribution partner of TECHNOMARK in the USA for more than 17 years,” said Eric McDaniel, President of TECHNOMARK North America.
“In response to our valued customers who prefer to work directly with the OEM, TECHNOMARK opened its USA distribution center in 2018. More and more, global manufacturers demand that suppliers offer uniform product quality, after-sales support, and pricing programs – no matter where in the world they are operating” explains McDaniel. “With the establishment of TECHNOMARK North America, we have secured our commitment to continued support of TECHNOMARK users in the region while paving the way for future growth thanks to the introduction of next-generation technologies for dot peen and laser marking.”
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