Juki Automation Systems and InterLatin Join Forces in Mexico


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Juki.jpgJuki Automation Systems (JAS), Inc. is pleased to announce that it has partnered with InterLatin in Mexico. 

Mexico is a rapidly growing market in the electronic assembly industry, and having a local partner with technical support is essential. Partnering with InterLatin will enable Juki to provide on-the-spot support in a more timely matter.  

“Juki is incredibly proud to join forces with, in my opinion, the best SMT sales and service organization in all Mexico,” said Bill Astle, Juki Automation Systems’ new president. “The field experience and reputation that InterLatin has throughout Mexico is unrivaled. Having had the pleasure of working with InterLatin in the past, I know firsthand of their professional organization and extended capabilities.” 

InterLatin is well known in the Mexican territory for its deep understanding of the challenges that electronic manufacturers are facing. The company has a strong presence in each industrial center, as well as highly trained sales, support and integration teams.

InterLatin has been in the electronic manufacturing industry for more than 17 years. The company stands by its customers throughout the manufacturing process, offering products, support, engineering services, training and consulting. “Excellent customer relationships and having a good reputation are fundamental to being successful in this industry,” added Astle. “We are confident that InterLatin excels in both of these areas. With Interlatin’s sales and service expertise, combined with all of the new innovative products Juki is bringing to market, Juki will no doubt emerge as the upcoming leader in the Mexico.”

About Juki Automation Systems, Inc.

Juki Automation Systems (JAS), is an international leader in high-speed SMT Assembly equipment, has shipped more than 30,000 machines worldwide since 1987.  Juki has built its global image with a combination of top-quality and high-reliability machines with a reputation for world-class service and support that result in the lowest production costs for its customers. Juki machines have about 30 percent U.S. made content by cost. The pioneer of the modular assembly system in 1993, Juki offers flexible solutions designed for both high-volume and high mix environments.  JAS, Inc. employs 45 U.S. employees, including 20 service personnel five specializing in applications sales. 

Additionally, JAS, Inc. offers a full line of SMT manufacturing products as wells as selective solder and stamp soldering machines plus Advanced Technology through-hole machines.   Juki supports one of the largest field service groups in the industry.  For more information, visit www.jukiamericas.com.

 

 

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