PaR Systems, a producer of advanced engineered equipment and systems, recently declared that it has been presented with the 2012 Governor’s International Trade Award from Minnesota Trade Office by Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton.
A group of Minnesota companies based on its expertise and performance have been selected each year by the Minnesota’s Governor to be honored with the Governor’s International Trade Award. In addition to performance, the award recognizes the advantages of trade and exports on the state’s economy.
PaR Systems was one among the ten recipients of Governor’s 27th Annual International Trade Awards. PaR also participated at the Minneapolis-St. Paul Export Initiative luncheon hosted at the IDS Center in Minneapolis. The award was presented to Brian Behm, the President of PaR Robotics, on behalf of PaR Systems.
Founded in 1961, Minnesota-based PaR Systems (PaR) delivers highly engineered equipment and systems that can perform specialized applications in industries such as industrial manufacturing, aerospace, construction, food and beverage, defense, mining, nuclear and life sciences. Some of the outstanding installation of PaR includes the crane transport system for the NASA space shuttle, automated drilling systems for the production of new F-35 Joint Strike Fighter aircraft, and delivery of the world’s largest Super Gantry crane for construction of the Olmsted Dam on the Ohio River. PaR focuses on doubling its exports in the forthcoming year, and will have a continual increase in export sales for projects such as automated mining equipment, laser technology, aircraft elevators, integrated waterjet cutting, remote handling systems for nuclear clean-up and automated precision drilling systems for aerospace manufacturing, which are being supplied for several countries around the world.