Pillarhouse International Reports Record 1Q


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Pillarhouse International Ltd, one of the leading selective soldering providers worldwide, has reported record orders received and systems shipped during the first quarter of the year.

"2016 was a record year for Pillarhouse and 2017 is proving to be even better. We are seeing an increase in orders and shipments from across all world markets, with consistent growth in our established US market and considerable growth in our China and Far East markets. This is with both new and existing customers," said Nigel Monk, managing director of Pillarhouse International. "Since developing the first selective soldering system in 1993, our commitment to the development of both process and machine features has been key to the consistent growth of the company. Having a worldwide presence, both in sales and service, in over 50 countries makes Pillarhouse the leading force in the selective soldering market."

About Pillarhouse International Ltd

Pillarhouse has been a leading force in the selective soldering of today’s modern machines; offering a range of machine options to cover the wide variety and complexity of today’s modern electronics. Our philosophy is to produce high engineering standard products with a focus on innovation and cutting edge development.

With Headquarters in Chelmsford – UK; alongside supplementary Manufacturing, Sales/Service facility in Suzhou – China; and Sales/Service support in Chicago – USA. Pillarhouse has developed into a Global Company with Sales and Service facilities in over 50 countries.

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