Sequencia, Mettler Toledo partner on batch automation weighing solution; resellers named in Europe

Sequencia Corp. and Mettler Toledo Inc. (Columbus, O.) have formed a marketing alliance to create the first integrated batch automation weighing solution, using ActiveX controls. The firms will integrate Sequencia's batch automation and enterprise integration software with Mettler Toledo's weighing and measuring system for the process industries.

12/01/1999


Sequencia Corp. and Mettler Toledo Inc. (Columbus, O.) have formed a marketing alliance to create the first integrated batch automation weighing solution, using ActiveX controls. The firms will integrate Sequencia's batch automation and enterprise integration software with Mettler Toledo's weighing and measuring system for the process industries. Stated goal is for end-users to implement both solutions by minimizing possibilities for errors and without changing approved standard operating procedures. Target markets include pharmaceuticals, food and beverage, and specialty chemicals. Separately, Sequencia announced signing four strategic value-added resellers in Germany and Switzerland, Alro, ATR, MKL, and Segno, that have experience in specialty chemicals, pharmaceuticals, food and beverage, and consumer packaged goods. For more information, visit www.sequencia.com .





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