SmtXtra Celebrates 10th Anniversary as a Global Supplier to the Electronics Industry


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SmtXtra is celebrating its 10th anniversary. The event will be honored with more than 30 of SmtXtra’s customers flying in to the UK from across the globe, to join in the two-day celebrations.

The founders and Directors Susan and Sean Cassidy have many years' experience within the electronics industry and have a dedicated team of engineers, technicians and sale managers whom have grown alongside the business. The company supplies original SMT spare parts including nozzles, feeders and other consumables. These are sold at a cost savings of up to 40% in the following lines: Panasonic, Fuji, Universal, Yamaha, Juki, Assembléon, ASM, Samsung and iPulse. The company remains the only supplier of SMT equipment to be awarded the ISO 9001:2008 accreditation for quality management for its products and services.

SmtXtra's success is evident through its recent expansion into the American market with the launch of its sister corporation, SmtXtra USA Inc. It is led by Tennessee-based Sales Manager Paul Pittman, who has more than 10 years' experience within the industry. Pittman has worked with some of America's major OEMs and has undertaken training with Panasonic Americas, enabling the company to now support the growing electronics market within the USA.

Showcasing its products and services at SMT Hybrid and Packaging in Nuremburg, Germany from May 14-16, 2017 in Stand 4-409 Hall 7, SmtXtra invites attendees for a complimentary drink to discuss ways in which the company can provide your business with cost effective solutions and savings.

About SmtXtra USA Inc.

SmtXtra specializes in quality SMT production spares and consumables to a global customer base and is able to export worldwide thanks to its professional dedicated team of experts. It is one of very few companies of its kind to be ISO 9001:2008 certified for its quality management system. SmtXtra’s commitment to quality service coupled with highly competitively pricing has established the company as a leader in the Surface Mount Electronic Assembly sector. For more information, click here.

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