Panasonic congratulates Monfort Electronics Marketing on 50 years of success

Jan. 9, 2008
Monfort has been a manufacturer's rep for Panasonic Security Systems for 25 years

Secaucus, NJ (January 7, 2008) – Panasonic Security Systems proudly congratulates Monfort Electronics Marketing (MEM) on the celebration of its 50th anniversary. Monfort Electronics has been a longstanding manufacturer's representative for Panasonic Security Systems for the past 25 years.

"Monfort Electronics has enjoyed significant growth over the last 50 years by carefully targeting their product and market mix," stated James DeStefano, Director of Sales, Panasonic Security Systems. "We are honored to be celebrating this milestone with them, and look forward to the next 50 years of successful collaboration."

Based out of Indianapolis, Indiana, Monfort serves access control, video surveillance, professional sound and select OEM markets. Monfort Electronics currently covers sales territories for Panasonic in Indiana, Kentucky, Western Ohio, and Michigan. MEM has operated under its current management team since the early 1980s. The company proudly maintains membership in professional associations such as BICSI, The American Society of Industrial Security, NFPA and The Electronics Representative Association, to name a few.

"At Monfort, we pride ourselves on our 50 year old philosophy of creating value in relationships with customers, and delivering the highest levels of customer service," said Mark Clemens, President, Monfort Electronics Marketing. "Our longstanding relationship with Panasonic Security Systems has been mutually beneficial over the years and rooted in their continued ability to provide best in breed solutions that clearly reflect Panasonic's core expertise in professional video surveillance technologies."

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