MIRTEC Europe Celebrates 10 Years of Consistent Inspection Innovation


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Mirtec Europe, “The Global Leader in Inspection Technology,” today announced that 2018 marks its 10th year in business. After a decade, the company starts the year stronger than ever before.

“In the early days of Mirtec Europe, our strengths were the benchtop MV-3L and the inline MV-7xi – how times have changed. Now Mirtec leads inspection technologies with 3D technologies across SMT, LED and semiconductor divisions, supplying the highest specification inspection technologies in the industry. More than 36 industry awards and counting demonstrates the focus that our company has on technology, and with our own Camera and Sensor development, we have none of the vendor limitations that our competitors typically have to work around. I am proud to look after the company’s interests in the territories of Europe, Middle East, South Africa and India. And I would like to thank the Mirtec Europe team and, of course, the amazing staff at our Korean HQ,” said David Bennett, President of MIRTEC Europe.

Since it was founded in 2008, MIRTEC has earned a solid reputation with leading OEM and EMS companies throughout the world for its technologically advanced inspection systems.

MIRTEC products have been extremely successful in high-volume markets including cell phone and media player manufacturing, as well as low-volume high-mix markets such as medical, automotive, aerospace and defense. MIRTEC invests heavily in Research and Development, persistently focused on using state-of-the-art optics, sensors, lighting, 3D measurement and laser technology in the development of their inspection solutions. MIRTEC Europe has recorded continued growth, which is testimony to the company's exceptional product offering, strong global sales network and outstanding customer support.

For the past decade, MIRTEC has focused on advancements within the electronics manufacturing industry and continues to invest in R&D, using state-of-the-art optics, lighting, laser and 3D technology to develop the industry’s most technologically advanced inspection solutions. This, combined with a talented sales and support team, has resulted in the company’s continued expansion of market share. With the added convenience of direct sales in the UK and Ireland, MIRTEC Europe has been able to further reinforce its business as well as its customer service.

MIRTEC Europe prides itself on its business philosophy of providing customers with the highest quality products and services at competitive pricing, and recognizes that customers are the source of future growth and, as such, strives for a strong, reliable and long-term partnership based on trust and respect. This philosophy is expected to successfully take the company through the next 10 years and beyond.

About MIRTEC

MIRTEC is a leading global supplier of Automated Optical Inspection Systems to the Electronics Manufacturing Industry. For further information, click here.

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