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Mitutoyo, API Announce Reseller Agreement

The agreement enables Mitutoyo to distribute API metrology products across its worldwide network.

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API and Mitutoyo Corporation have announced a partnership to distribute API’s portable dimensional metrology equipment throughout Mitutoyo’s worldwide network. Adding API’s complete portfolio of portable equipment to Mitutoyo’s already diverse portfolio was a natural fit for both companies.

“API really invented portable dimensional metrology, especially in the form of precise, laser measurements,” says Yoshiaki Numata, president of Mitutoyo Corporation. “So, for Mitutoyo, this was a great opportunity to add the most complete line of high-quality portable metrology equipment to what we can offer to our customers.”

“Mitutoyo has developed the most diverse, comprehensive portfolio of metrology equipment, hardware, and software, and they have built a truly impressive global distribution network,” says Joe Bioty, president of API. “By adding API’s portable equipment to that offering, Mitutoyo really becomes a one-stop shop for metrology needs in manufacturing worldwide, which provides tremendous value to the customer.”

API products through Mitutoyo will be available in regions around the world effective May 1, 2021.

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