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SAKOR Technologies Celebrates 30th Anniversary

SAKOR Technologies, Inc., a maker of high-performance dynamometer systems, has announced its 30th anniversary in business. The company has grown from a two-person firm writing real-time software for other companies’ test systems to an industry leader developing and manufacturing its own control systems and sophisticated testing products.

SAKOR Technologies, Inc., a maker of high-performance dynamometer systems, has announced its 30th anniversary in business. The company has grown from a two-person firm writing real-time software for other companies’ test systems to an industry leader developing and manufacturing its own control systems and sophisticated testing products.

Randal Beattie, president of SAKOR emphasized that the success of the company over the past 30 years is due to its core values – building durable products that last and designing systems that work the very best for customers’ needs. “We do the math upfront, making sure we have things right, rather than trying to figure out if there are errors later in the process. We have a passion for partnering with our customers, working to develop a system that meets their specific requirements.”

Repeat customers form an important part of SAKOR’s customer base. Many are still using systems purchased 15 years ago or more and are still functioning perfectly. They choose to upgrade their existing systems with the newest SAKOR technology, remaining loyal customers. “I am so very proud of our 30 years of service,” said Beattie. “I attribute our success to both our commitment to our customers and their commitment to us. We provide customers with products that do not require hours of onsite support because we do it right the first time.”

 

For more information: www.sakor.com.

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