EVS Celebrates 15 Years of Solder Recovery in 2018


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EVS International is celebrating 15 years of providing a dedicated support service to the electronics industry.

Simon G. Norman, Business Director, EVS International, comments, "Any company's business growth and productivity of work depends on its employees, customers and distributor relationships. No individual can take credit for all our years of success. Celebrating our 15-year anniversary milestone is a big achievement in itself. It is a testament for all who have been a part of our company through the years and we would like to thank all of our business partners and customers who have helped us along the way."

EVS International develops and manufactures environmentally friendly and innovative solutions to address the production of dross created by all wave solder machines. The EVS range of environmentally friendly Solder Recovery Systems enhances its customers' ISO 14001 credentials by recovering pure solder from dross, therefore reducing their carbon footprint. The company has won more than 19 international awards, including best product, best environmental product, and most innovative product.

Norman adds, "Over the past 15 years we have had to adapt and move with the times to give our customers exactly what they want, and although it has had its challenges, we have learned to adapt quickly and are continuously making changes to our process to accommodate changes in the industry. I truly believe that embracing change and learning from it is what has kept us successful. We look forward to the next 15 years and to a bright future providing solder recovery solutions in our ever-changing industry."

EVS International works closely with its customers so that a complete understanding of manufacturing requirements results in a support service tailored to shop floor requirements. Being number one in its market segment give EVS an advantageous insight into its customers’ need of fast ROI and user-friendly operation. The company attributes its contribution to reducing the carbon footprint and providing a rapid ROI as the main drivers of its success over the past 15 years.

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