TRI Partners with Key Automotive Manufacturers


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Test Research, Inc. (TRI) has entered a significant role in automotive electronics industry after establishing partnerships with key automotive industry manufacturers.

TRI's continued push for excellent quality, high reliability and outstanding support has been rewarded with several purchase orders as well as Approved Vendor List (AVL) endorsements. The systems selected by industry leaders include SPI, AOI, AXI and ICT product lines.

TRI's VP of Sales and Marketing, Jim Lin noted, "The automotive industry is embracing ever more electronics systems designed to serve and protect human lives. TRI’s expertise in production quality testing and inspection helps ensure that these systems perform under all conditions without crippling manufacturing defects. We are proud to be a part of this automotive revolution, and we look forward to further challenges to improving the quality of human lives."

About TRI

TRI offers the most robust product portfolio in the industry for Automatic Test and Inspection solutions. From Solder Paste Inspection (SPI), Automated Optical Inspection (AOI), and 3D Automated X-ray Inspection (AXI) systems to Manufacturing Defect Analyzers (MDAs) and In-Circuit Test equipment, TRI provides the most cost-effective solutions to meet a comprehensive range of manufacturing Test and Inspection requirements. Learn more here.

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