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Kearney Machinery Teams Up with PHOTON ENERGY

Kearney Machinery and Supply, a manufacturing solutions company, has announced that it will be teaming up with PHOTON ENERGY, a provider of high laser marking technology. Kearney and PHOTON ENERGY have entered into an exclusive relationship whereby Kearney will sell, service and install PHOTON ENERGY's line of laser marking systems in the U.S.

"We are very happy to have teamed up with Kearney Machinery for the North America territories because of Kearney's strong sales team and very experienced field service and application engineers. Close and individual relationships to customers is also PHOTON ENERGY's key principle," explained Dr. Hans Amler, CEO and founder of PHOTON ENERGY GmbH. Soon Kearney will have its own laser system installed at its facility in Birmingham, AL, to do sample markings for U.S. customers.

"PHOTON ENERGY stands out due to its novel PERMAblack marking technology. PERMAblack is resistant to corrosion and passivation and is therefore the ideal way to apply fully UDI compliant markings to medical devices and tools made of stainless steel or other metal alloys. But the medical device industry is not the only customer since the flexible laser machines can be used for many types of 2-D and 2.5-D laser processing applications. PHOTON ENERGY's laser machines are a perfect complement to our large machine portfolio," said John Kearney, Owner and CEO of Kearney Machinery and Supply, Inc. "We look forward to a relationship with PHOTON ENERGY that is similar to the relationships we have with our customers, one based on trust."

For more information contact:

Kearney Machinery and Supply, Inc.

124 Citation Ct.

Birmingham, AL 35209



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