Laserax and Pannier Corporation Enter into a Partnership Agreement

authorIcon By Normand Lemieux on February 11, 2019 topicIcon News
Éric Bourbeau and Michael Leard, Xavier Godmaire, President Laserax and from Pannier Corporation Krista Brownlee, Marketing Manager; Kurt Olyarnik, Director of Software Engineering; Dan Wertz, Product Specialist; Alexei Budilovsky, Sales Engineer and Will Slater, Sales Engineer.

Laser Marking Machines from Laserax Are Now Available Through Pannier Corporation’s Sales Channels

Pannier Corporation, a leading supplier of marking systems and metal tags for the metals and automotive industries, and Laserax who develops, markets and installs inline laser marking and laser cleaning solutions for the primary metals and the automotive industries entered in a partnership agreement.

The partnership, which began in January 2019, is bound to bring both companies advantages: “It was obvious for Laserax, that both our companies were going to benefit from closely working together. We’re looking forward to increasing the reach of our rugged industrial fiber lasers in targeted markets covered by the Pannier Corporation.” said Éric Bourbeau, Director of OEM Sales at Laserax.

Laserax recently launched a revolutionary patent pending shotblast resistant laser marking process. It allows casters and other manufacturers to trace every part from the earliest production step through to final assembly with a single identifier, which ensures end-to-end product traceability.

“We’re very excited about this new partnership. The technical team at Laserax has a track record of engineering solutions for extreme marking applications that seemed impossible until now. The Laserax LXQ high-power lasers can mark high temperature products in harsh industrial environments. This will allow our customers in the metals and automotive industries to achieve complete product traceability from the caster to the customer.” said Michael Leard, Director of Sales at Pannier Corporation.

Representatives from the Pannier Corporation attended a week-long training at Laserax’s headquarters and will be able to count on Laserax’s laser technology expertise, experience in laser direct part marking on metals and best-in-class laser markers for future client projects.

Reliable, High-performance and Robust Lasers for Global Manufacturers

Partnership Pannier-Laserax HandshakeLaserax has developed three types of fiber lasers: LXQ, LXQ 3D and LXQ 3D Vision.  Each has specific functionalities and options to address the traceability and process control needs of today’s global manufacturers. Laserax’s fiber lasers are ideal for direct part marking on metals, such as aluminum, magnesium, lead, nickel, tin, zinc, titanium, stainless steel and steel.

With its established sales forces in the steel industry, Pannier Corporation will provide access to clients in the Pittsburgh metropolitan area to Laserax’s products. From 20 W to 200 W Laserax’s high-power lasers are ideal for the permanent identification of unique identifiers directly on metallic parts.

Éric Bourbeau, dir. OEM Sales at Laserax and Michael
Leard, Sales Director at Pannier corporation shaking
hands on the new partnership.

About Laserax
Laserax is a laser system manufacturer that provides efficient, innovative and safe solutions for the most demanding industrial applications. We rely on a team of laser technology experts to offer a complete range of products for laser marking and laser cleaning.

About Pannier Corporation
Pannier Corporation is one of the most experienced and respected marking companies in the world. We specialize in providing industrial manufacturers with the best marking technologies available today. More than just a seller of products, we are known for our ability to solve our clients’ most complex marking problems.

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