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Yokogawa Corp. Donates $5k for Undergraduate Scholarship Support

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Josh Butler and Sebastien Chambert

Headquartered just 20 miles southwest of downtown Houston, Texas, Yokogawa Corporation of America has sales offices across the United States. Commitment to their customers is the number one priority, and they back it up with a network of representatives and distributors that reflect this commitment.

The parent company, Yokogawa Electric Corporation, is dedicated to developing the most advanced control and instrumentation products and systems in the world. Today, Yokogawa has a firm hold on its position as a leading manufacturer in the fields of measurement, control, and information. As a major global player, the company anticipates the needs of the times, continually tackling new challenges and exploring new markets in order to provide the best solutions in the world.

On September 13, 2013, Yokogawa Corporation of America became a corporate partner with the University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering. The college’s Director of Development, Joshua Butler was presented with a check in the amount of $5,000 from Vice President of Finance and Business Service, North America, Sebastien Chambert to benefit undergraduate scholarship support for a student majoring in chemical or electrical engineering. The scholarship will provide a deserving student to cover expenses such as tuition, books, fees, and/or supplies for the current academic semester.

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