Ersa Appoints TRC as its Representative in Florida


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Kurtz Ersa North America announces that it has appointed Technical Resources Corporation (TRC) as its manufacturers’ representative in Florida. TRC will represent and sell Ersa’s complete line of equipment.

“We are excited to have Technical Resources Group on the Ersa team,“ commented Ernie Grice, Ersa’s Vice President of Sales – North America. “We are confident that this will be a great partnership between our companies that will benefit the Florida electronics manufacturing customers. TRC is a powerhouse rep firm that is highly respected and technical. They  have been an instrumental player in the Florida market for decades, and having Frank and Brad on our team to promote and represent the complete Ersa product line will fill the holes that we have had for many years!“

Technical Resources Corporation was founded in 1993 by Frank Mascetti, after serving the electronics industry in Florida and Puerto Rico since 1981 with such firms as Westinghouse, Racal-Milgo, Tektronix and GenRad. TRC maintains a value-added approach to providing total solutions for electronics manufacturing, test, in-process inspection and repair of electronic assemblies. For more information, click here.

For more information about Kurtz Ersa North America, click here.

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