Cirtronics Invests in Additional Pillarhouse Selective Soldering System


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Pillarhouse is pleased to announce that Cirtronics has today placed an order for a 4th Pillarhouse selective soldering system, for their manufacturing facility.

Since 1979, Cirtronics has created a solid reputation with both the electronics industry and its clients as a contract manufacturer, offering extensive expertise and experience in manufacturing complex and quality-sensitive products for a wide range of markets including med/tech, communications, military, industrial and robotics.

When asked for comments on the reason for choosing Pillarhouse, David Patterson, Chief Operating Officer at Cirtronics Corporation, commented “Cirtronics is committed to producing high-quality, complex products, so it is vital that we make smart investments that support our customers' success. Our Engineering and Quality teams are constantly evaluating the level of investment required when manufacturing each and every product. Adding our 4th Pillarhouse Selective Solder machine increases our throughput with excellent process controls and reduces risk.  We selected another Pillarhouse system due to our excellent experience with the others we have in our line."

Jonathan Wol, President of Pillarhouse USA Inc., commented “Pillarhouse is proud to have strong working relationships with companies like Cirtronics, who is an excellent example of a company that leverages the best available manufacturing technology and know-how to produce high quality, yet very complex products.  Pillarhouse is pleased to continue our long term working relationship and looks forward to many more years of partnership.”

This order was facilitated by Pillarhouse's New England representatives, Matthews Associates. Pillarhouse has had an exceptional long-term relationship with New England's foremost Manufacturing and Test Solutions Company.

The Jade platform is the world's most successful hand load Selective Soldering System, with an installation base of nearly 1000 systems.

About Pillarhouse International Ltd

Pillarhouse has been a leading force in the selective soldering of today’s modern machines for 40 years; offering a range of machine options to cover the wide variety and complexity of today’s modern electronics. Our philosophy is to produce high engineering standard products with a focus on innovation and cutting edge development.  With Headquarters in Chelmsford – UK alongside supplementary Manufacturing, Sales/Service facility in Suzhou – China and Sales/Service support in Chicago – USA. Pillarhouse has developed into a Global Company with Sales and Service facilities in over 50 countries.

About Cirtronics

Cirtronics Corporation is a contract manufacturer offering extensive expertise and experience in manufacturing complex and quality-sensitive products for a wide range of markets including med/tech, communications, military, industrial and robotics.  Cirtronics tailors their fully integrated manufacturing Precision Engagement® process to ensure each customer’s needs are met. An Employee Owned Company (ESOP) that qualifies for US Government woman-owned and small business status.  ISO 9001, ISO 13485, AS9100, ITAR and FDA Registered. For more information, click here.

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