SCOTTSDALE, AZ  85255, NOVEMBER 4, 2019 –  Futura Automation LLC is pleased to announce the addition of Mr. Adam Hendey to its consulting partner team.  Mr. Hendey is a resident of Marion, Indiana. He has completed MET and EET course work at Purdue University and Ivy Tech Community College for Software Development.  Mr Hendey is also a graduate of IU University in Nursing with a BSN and 10 years of experience in the healthcare world. 

Mr. Hendey is most recently president of FLEX Robotics providing a firm commitment to customer service.  He has 20 years of experience in robotics and automation and 30-year history in manufacturing and customer service.  As a systems integrator he programmed ABB robots at CIM Systems. Mr Hendey has experience in robotic welding, material handling, machine tending, and palletizing.  He worked as a Process engineer developing standards for lean processes for manual material handling, robotic manufacturing, and CNC applications.

Futura Automation, based in Scottsdale, AZ, is a Manufacturer’s Rep and manufacturing consulting and solutions firm focused on “Industry 4.0” and the automation needs of advanced manufacturing, end-of-line packaging and robotics manufacturing customers. The team at Futura Automation on average have 20+ years’ experience in industrial automation and systems and now ABB and Universal Robots with the addition of Mr. Hendey.  With field offices in Arizona, North Carolina, Minnesota, Indiana, Southern California, Oregon and Washington, Futura is well positioned in the highest growth industries in North America. 

“Futura Automation offers solutions for many of the needs of robot and automation customers with our expertise applied to the breadth and depth of our product and service offerings.  We provide competitive solutions to tough manufacturing problems”, says President Brian McMorris. “We look forward to the expertise Mr. Hendey can share with us. He will be a great addition to our team helping us bring “Industry 4.0” benefits to more clients in North America.”

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