AutoCrib Inc. names South Asia partner

Published
June 26,2018 - 05:00pm
AutoCrib Inc.

AutoCrib Inc., Tustin, California, a manufacturer of automated inventory vending systems, named its new regional partner, AutoCrib South Asia.

Based out of Chennai, India, and with regional offices throughout the area, AutoCrib South Asia will offer the full scope of the company’s products and services as well as regional technical and logistical support to distributors and end users.  The company will serve customers in India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and other countries in the region. With the success of AutoCrib EMEA (Europe, Middle East & Africa), this is the second of several such regional partnerships that AutoCrib plans to support in 2018 and beyond.

“Having AutoCrib’s name and the company’s direct support will benefit our current and future customers in the South Asia region to solve vexing supply chain issues,” said Steve Pixley, president and founder of AutoCrib. “Additionally, the training and certification provided by AutoCrib will provide us a strong regional market position that is needed to further support international and larger domestic clients.”

AutoCrib’s products will deliver support to international customers such as data centers, industrial  distributors,  ship yards, manufacturing companies, government, retailers,  and others who want to provide 24/7 unmanned access to inventory while maintaining complete control and 100 percent inventory accuracy. By bringing supplies and tools to a smart vending machine at the point of use, AutoCrib helps its customers streamline operations, reduce cost and increase productivity.  The vending systems also provide automatic inventory management and replenishment.

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