ITW EAE Extends Representation Agreements for MPM, Camalot and Electrovert Equipment


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ITW EAE, the electronic assembly equipment division of Illinois Tool Works, is extending representation agreements for several of its existing Vitronics Soltec partners to include MPM, Camalot and Electrovert equipment. The new agreements, which will be effective February 12, 2018, will now include all ITW EAE’s electronic assembly equipment which includes MPM printers, Camalot dispensers, Electrovert soldering and cleaning equipment and Vitronics Soltec soldering equipment.

The representatives who will be adding these products to their lines are:

  • Cope Assembly Products (SC, NC, VA, MD, DE, WV)
  • Del Tech Associates (MO, KS, NE)
  • Foster Innovation Technology (WA, OR, MT, ID)
  • Midwest Tech Services (IL)
  • Simler Associates (Eastern WI)

“As we were looking to consolidate the Speedline and Vitronics Soltec sales channel, we wanted to select the representative that was in the best position to serve our existing customers and grow the market,” said Mick Austin, ITW EAE Sales Director. “The partners we selected have a proven track record representing Vitronics Soltec and have earned a reputation for exceptional customer service.”

About ITW Electronics Assembly Equipment

ITW Electronics Assembly Equipment (a division of Illinois Tool Works, Inc.), is the global leader in process knowledge, services and manufacture of capital equipment used in the printed circuit board assembly and semiconductor industries. The group brings together the world’s leading brands of electronics assembly equipment: MPM Printers, Camalot Dispensers, Electrovert Cleaners and Soldering Solutions, Vitronics Soltec Soldering Solutions and Despatch Thermal Processing Technology. For more information click here.

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