Torenko and Associates Now Represents 90 Lines in Mexico


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Torenko and Associates, a leading manufacturers’  representative organization specializing in the sales and marketing of premier electronic assembly equipment, production tools, test, repair, inspection, and consumable products, announces that it has signed on its 90th Mexican national account for SMT equipment. 

Torenko and Associates is a large and expanding organization that covers the southern central U.S. states of Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arkansas and the border and interior of Mexico. Torenko partners with Vectralis Engineering in Mexico for applications and service support. 

There has been a trend in Mexico of new Mexican national EMS and OEM accounts getting into the SMT industry during the last several years. Torenko has helped these accounts with their start-up operations by supplying them with their SMT equipment and process needs. 

Ron Torenko, President of Torenko and Associates, commented, “Torenko has committed to bringing the best of the best in SMT equipment to Mexico, and the engineering community has awarded us accordingly. We have constantly promoted one-stop shopping and provided the best service and support in the market.” 

Torenko has been covering Mexico for more than 30 years when the first SMT lines were in Delphi, RCA and Zenith Electronics along the border.  The company followed the growth of SMT into the interior, along with the SMT engineers from the border. “We are grateful to our principals and will try to continue to bring the best in equipment, service and support to Mexico. We look forward to line 100,” Torenko added.

About Torenko and Associates

Torenko and Associates was founded by Ron Torenko and is headquartered in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex with other locations in the regional USA and Mexico. Sales engineering personnel are factory trained, process knowledgeable, and have process experts standing by for assistance via conference calling and onsite meetings.

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