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Buehler Motor, Inc., Significantly Expands Customer and Partner Support in North America
Date:6/9/2009

qualified employees delivering more than 22 million units worldwide. Buehler Motor's Product Implementation Process (PIP) ensures superior manufacturing processes and the highest quality product for all standard line and customized drive solutions.

As part of the worldwide Buehler Motor family, Buehler Motor, Inc. (BMI), based in Morrisville, N.C., offers its North American customers a combination of German engineering, research and development, manufacturing, and local sales and customer support - plus the competitive pricing advantages and on-time delivery that come from a global production footprint spanning three continents.

For more information about Buehler Motor and products, please call (919) 380-3329 or visit www.buehlermotor.com.

(MD&M East - Booth #2254)

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    Sung Choi
    XPR, LLC, for Buehler Motor, Inc.
    Tel.: (714) 881-2345
    Mobile: (949) 422-7156
    E-mail: schoi@xpublicrelations.com


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