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Horner APG  Profile

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Horner APG  Company Overview

Founded over 20 years ago in Indianapolis, Indiana, Horner APG specializes in the global automation market and is part of Horner Electric Inc., founded in 1949 by George and Mary Horner. Horner products include Operator Control Stations - an all-in-one integrated controller, Conveyor Controllers for use with brushed and brushless rollers, Horner-brand products that can be used with GE Fanuc programmable controllers, and TIU operator interface stations that support over 100 brands of programmable controllers, motion control products and drives. Horner APG offers one of the widest ranges of integrated control products in the world.

Horner APG  Products

The types of products manufactured by Horner APG include Operator Control Stations, Horner Modules for GE Fanuc PLCs, Classic Operator Interface Products, and Conveyor Controllers.

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