AGEM signs up five new members
The Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM) has announced that its board of directors has approved the applications of five new companies, bringing the organisation’s total membership to 143.
New members include Mexico City-based Asimex Global, which offers a range of logistics and international trade management services across Latina America.
Real-money gaming technology provider Gamblit Gaming and specialised staffing company Robert Half, both of California, US, have also joined as members.
The AGEM has also approved the application of New York City-based Coloredge, which provides a range of visual brand imaging solutions.
The fifth new member of the AGEM is St Louis-based Twain Financial Partners, which provides creative capital solutions via debt and equity investments for gaming manufacturers in Nevada.
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