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AGEM Member Profile:

James Industries Inc.

AGEM Member Profile:

Founded in 1976, James Industries has spent 40 years developing contacts, knowledge of markets and relationships within the casino industry which consist of amusement, gaming and lottery OEMs and operators. James Industries is a results-oriented, technical manufacturer’s representative organization serving the worldwide markets that focus on the needs of the professional products manufactured by the principals the company represents.

Selling a range of complementary products makes James well-informed about industry opportunities and trends, leading to increased sales for the manufacturers the company represents. James Industries takes pride in bringing leading-edge development programs to its principals early in the process. The company’s customers enjoy the convenience of dealing with James Industries, a responsive source they have trusted for over 40 years, to meet their varied needs.

The principal products of James Industries are always evolving. Products include electronic manufacturing services (EMS), touch screens, die casting, plastics, cables and storage devices. New for 2019 is a 3M PCAP ITO touch screen.

Everyone at James Industries, regardless of title, is actively involved in the selling process. James firmly believes in the team selling approach, and sell at all levels of its customers’ organization, from CEO level to design engineering and purchasing. All areas of the organizational chart are covered to maximize the exposure the principals receive throughout the selling process.

This success is made possible because of the dedication, drive and enthusiasm of the elite professional team at James Industries.

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