Pillarhouse USA Reports Strong 4Q Results

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After what has been a difficult trading year for many US companies, Pillarhouse USA Inc. is pleased to report that it is bucking the trend and its fourth quarter sales are proving exceptionally strong.

"Following average Q2 sales figures, we saw a large increase in overall sales activity and purchase orders placed in Q3. The fourth quarter has exceeded our expectations and indicators show we should expect more of the same as we approach 2017. Furthermore, our release of exciting new equipment at IPC APEX 2017 in February should add an additional boost to our sales. Our expectations are high for a possible record breaking 2017," said Jonathan Wol, president of Pillarhouse USA.

Pillarhouse USA is attending IPC APEX EXPO 2017 and will be demonstrating a fully functioning production line consisting of a 3-cell Fusion and Synchrodex Selective Soldering Systems. These will also be running an implementation of Smart Factory 1.0 (Industry 4.0), with a real-time feedback of production line status. Pillarhouse USA will also be launching the Jade Mk IV. The Jade platform is the world's most successful hand load selective soldering system, and the Mk IV will add new process features to this industry leading platform. Pillarhouse USA will be on Booth #1323.



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