Rehm Expands Presence in Mexico


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Early this month, Rehm Thermal Systems officially opened its Technology Center in Guadalajara, Mexico, which was inaugurated with a successful Technology Day. The event was characterized by energy-efficient, sustainable reflow soldering and focused on future trends in the production of electronic assemblies.

Renowned customers and partners from the Greater Mexico region took the opportunity to become familiar with the premises, while at the same time gathering information about Rehm's innovative equipment. Spanning nearly 300m2, the new Technology Center offers the best opportunities to combine theory and practice. VisionXP+, a particularly energy-efficient reflow convection soldering system, is currently available for soldering trials and extensive tests. Other systems will follow during the expansion of the Technology Center in Guadalajara.

In addition to the opening ceremony, visitors were also able to participate in lectures and workshops as part of a Technology Day in order to learn more about sustainable reflow soldering and exchange ideas with the experts on the latest trends, such as the emerging topic of e-mobility. Luis García, Managing Director of Rehm Thermal Systems Mexico, was on location with his team and is looking forward to providing customers with the best possible support in the future. Plant operators can now inform themselves, for instance, about the relevant service functions of VisionXP+ in user training courses and receive practical tips for process optimisation. The most important spare parts are now also quickly and easily available, since the extended premises offer sufficient space for a small storage area. 

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The Rehm team at the inauguration of the new Technology Centre in Guadalajara, (from left to right) David Monroy (Service Technician), Michael Hanke (Sales Manager), Rodrigo Sánchez (Service Technician), Luis García (Managing Director Rehm Mexico), Stefanie Stier (Key Account Manager) and Dr. Hans Bell (Development Manager)

"The intensive consultation directly at the plant allows better process support before, during and after the investment in a Rehm system. With the new Technology Centre in Guadalajara, we will be able to provide individual customer support, coupled with the latest technology developments and fast response times, as well as further expand our services", emphasises Michael Hanke, Rehm's Global Sales Manager. 

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The Rehm team on site 

In addition, Rehm will increase its presence at the main trade fairs and technology events in the Mexican region. The SMTA Show Mexico – a renowned trade fair for SMD technologies which the German machine builder attended as an exhibitor – already had a successful start this year. We are looking forward to numerous other joint projects with our customers and partners in Mexico. 

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Dinner with customers and invited guests

About Rehm Thermal Systems

As a specialist in the field of thermal system solutions for the electronics and photovoltaics industries, Rehm is a technology and innovation leader in the modern and economical production of electronic modules. As a globally operating manufacturer of reflow soldering systems with convection, condensation or vacuum, drying and coating systems, functional test systems, equipment for the metallisation of solar cells as well as numerous customer-specific special systems, we are represented in all relevant growth markets and, as a partner with more than 25 years of industry experience, we implement innovative manufacturing solutions that set standards.

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