New Member Spotlight – Festo Corporation

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Festo Corp. – Peter Rasmussen
Phone: 1-303-358-3146



Peter Rasmussen - Festo CorporationPeter Rasmussen is the Industry Sales Specialist at Festo, operating with a simple, yet powerful manifesto: That intelligent automation isn’t just about movement – it’s movement with purpose. It’s not just about innovative products. It’s about products that come with expert advice and differentiated customer support. Our aim is to help our customers make their products faster, smarter and more precisely. That’s how they thrive instead of just survive. And when our customers win, we win.

Kelly Allen, Membership Manager for BEMA had an opportunity to ask Mr. Rasmussen a few questions about himself and the organization.

Q: Describe your company in 3-4 sentences.

A: Festo is a German multinational industrial control and automation company based in Esslingen am Neckar, Germany. We are an engineering driven organization producing and selling pneumatic and electrical control and drive technology for factory and process automation.

Q: What drew your company to join BEMA?

A: Festo joined BEMA for the ability to work with like-minded people who care about the baking industry. We want to make in impact in the industry by bringing innovation and solutions that comply with new food safety regulations and focus on energy savings.

Q: What do you enjoy doing in your spare time?

A: I enjoy skiing, mountain biking, hiking and camping! I am looking forward to joining the BEMA family at the  upcoming Convention in June, in Vail, Colorado!


Festo is a Global manufacturer of process control and factory automation solutions.

To win, manufacturers need partners they can trust to help them build better products. To streamline production. And of course, to continuously cut costs. It’s all about innovation.

For over 40 years in the US and 80 years globally, Festo has been a positive force for manufacturers. Our passion is automation — intelligent automation solutions that transform the way people work — and the way companies compete. Ultimately, it’s about continuously stimulating progress. In big ways and in small ways.

We are driven by a desire to always be helpful. We observe. We analyze. We inspire.

We engineer with an intense focus on every last detail.

We are the engineers of productivity.

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