Super Dry Totech Becomes Part of the ASYS Group


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With the acquisition of majority stakes of Super Dry Totech on 04th May 2017 the ASYS Group brings in an additional manufacturer of dry storage systems. The successful development of both companies will continue and be strengthened thanks to the partnership.

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By purchasing the shares of the company the executive board of ASYS Group made a strategic decision. The objective is to strengthen and further build up the business area of material logistics with the broadened product portfolio. Super Dry Totech offers innovative solutions in dry storage with a broad range of desiccant dry cabinets and the automated Dry Tower handling & storage system. 

“The Dry Tower fits perfectly into the area of material logistics which is a concept we want to grow and was a major factor in the buying decision. We are building on our vision of a fully interconnected production process, which includes material logistics as a main topic“, comments Werner Kreibl, CEO of the ASYS Group. Totech will benefit from the global sales network of the ASYS Group enabling them to grow the business internationally. 

Jos Brehler, CEO of Super Dry Totech added, "Super Dry Totech has been evolving rapidly in the past few years from hardware manufacturer to solutions provider.  Our Dry Tower Systems comprehensively solve the complex logistics problems central to manufacturing with moisture sensitive devices in 4.0 smart factories."

 "Our new partnership will enable Super Dry to more rapidly advance that business and technology, while providing ASYS with a new and important element for their complete line logistics development,". 

As a result of the affiliate inclusion of Super Dry Totech into the ASYS Group, the product portfolio of the subsidiary company ASYS Cleanroom Technology will be broadened. “We will exploit the synergy effects of the two companies to our advantage and drive the future development of our enterprise group”, confirms CEO Klaus Mang. 

About the ASYS Group

The ASYS Group is a global technology company and a leading manufacturer of handling, process and special machines for the electronics, solar and life science industries. The corporate headquarters in Dornstadt near Ulm, Germany, controls the activities of the subsidiaries in more than 40 countries. The ASYS Group employs over 1000 staff worldwide and supplies both standard products and customized solutions. 

About Super Dry Totech

Delivering globally to the world’s top tier OEM and EMS companies, Super Dry Totech is the industry measure for ultra-low humidity storage and management. Proper control of moisture sensitive devices (MSDs) per IPC and JEDEC standards has become more critical than ever since the introduction of lead free. Boasting <1% relative humidity control and the fastest recovery times, Super Dry cabinets are available in a wide range of sizes and capabilities, all with certified performance control measures. Product development has moved beyond dry cabinet and MSD storage, including various floor life reset alternatives and low temperature long term storage. Now, with the introduction of automated Dry Tower systems, the company addresses the entire logistics management process. For more information, click here.

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