Weid-Bul, Petar Tsenov: Our new partner Advantech features an extremely rich portfolio
Dipl. Eng. Petar Tsenov, Head of Office Sofia in Weid-Bul, for South-East European Industrial Market magazine
Which Taiwanese manufacturers are part of your company`s partner network, how long have you been cooperating and which of their products do you offer on the Bulgarian market?
Since the beginning of 2019 Weid-Bul has been the first authorized partner of Advantech for Bulgaria. Founded in 1983, Advantech is a leader in delivering innovative embedded and automated products and solutions. Advantech is the largest manufacturer of industrial computers in the world with more than 29% market share.
More than 5 years ago we started working with Delta Electronics and more precisely with their PSBG division - Power Systems Business Group, responsible for the design and production of industrial power supplies.
What are the advantages of the products and technologies made in Taiwan and how are they positioned in the competitive Bulgarian market?
Advantech features an extremely rich portfolio including: industrial computers, industrial monitors and panels, I/O modules, communication interface converters, data collection and visualization systems, monitoring and control systems, industrial Ethernet devices, machine vision solutions, etc.
We want to focus the attention of your readers on the smallest industrial computer in the world – Advantech`s UNO-2271G. It can be used in a number of automation systems and intelligent manufacturing applications, most commonly for data collection and analysis, process visualization, connection of equipment to local and cloud networks, etc.
What are your impressions of the collaboration with your Taiwanese partners?
The market share of Taiwanese companies worldwide is growing in both household and industry applications. One of the main advantages of most Taiwanese brands is the balance between quality and affordability. We are honored to be working with some of the best Taiwanese manufacturers in the industry and presenting them on the local market.
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