LestaUSA Announces New Distribution Partnerships for its Proven Automated Finishing Solution to the Wood Industry with Sames Kremlin and Wagner/C.A. Technologies

The biggest names in finishing equipment are partnering with LestaUSA to deliver a proven automated finishing solution to wood industry manufacturers.

Industry leaders Sames Kremlin and Wagner/C.A. Technologies will both be featuring LestaUSA technology in their booths at the International Woodworking Fair (IWF) in Atlanta on August 23-26.

“We’ve really come a long way since we debuted to the wood industry at the AWFS Fair in 2021,” said Derek DeGeest, President of LestaUSA. “Today, we’re working in partnership with the best in the industry to leverage our technologies that will continue to push the boundaries of what’s possible in finishing.”

“The success we’ve had has resulted in an opportunity to go deeper with our Equipment Partners,” added DeGeest. “For the first time ever, our partners are bringing our automation solutions into their product lines. This allows us to collaborate on bringing our technologies together to offer an even more robust system along with service to our mutual customers.”

“We are excited to bring more automation solutions to the Wood Industry in addition to flat lines,” said Kevin Higgins, Vice President of Sales/Distribution with Sames Kremlin. “We can now look to combine the two proven technologies. This automation push in wood is essential to growth in today’s market and economy.”

“We have equipment in their test lab and they have their robots in ours,” added JR Rogers, Wagner Engineered Systems National Sales Manager. “Manufacturers can bring this automated solution into their operation knowing that it works and will be supported by Wagner, our distributors, and LestaUSA. That’s the peace of mind Wagner customers come to expect from us.”

To learn more about this automated finishing solution, visit Wagner/C.A. Technologies at Booth #C2746 or Sames Kremlin at Booth #C2458 at the IWF Fair.

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