Metcal Appoints New Manufacturers’ Representative for Minnesota and Upper Midwest Region


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Metcal has appointed REStronics Northland to provide sales, service and support for its customers in Minnesota and the Upper Midwest. REStronics Northland will represent Metcal’s complete line of world-class soldering tools and equipment for production assembly.

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REStronics Northland has been supporting the electronics and hi-tech industries in the Minnesota region for more than 35 years. Ralph Savage, Managing Partner, along with Todd Ness and Char Thomas have established successful relationships in the PCB/electronics assembly industry in the region. 

The territory includes Minnesota, western Wisconsin, the Dakotas, Iowa and Nebraska. Ralph Savage commented, “We are extremely excited to be a part of a team that leads the industry in soldering technology and is one of the few innovators in that field.” 

Ian Orpwood, Director of Sales for Metcal, added, “We are pleased to announce the addition of REStronics Northland to service the Upper Midwest. Their knowledge of the local markets and ability to recommend solutions that solve application challenges will be invaluable to our clients.”

About Metcal

Metcal is a benchtop solutions expert that has delivered broad value to customers since its Silicon Valley beginnings in 1982. Offering unrivalled performance, risk mitigation, and ROI, we give electronics manufacturers in automotive, aerospace, medical devices and military sectors the tools—and the confidence—they need to develop faster, safer, more advanced products. Metcal provides advanced technology products across hand soldering, convection rework, fume extraction, and fluid dispensing applications. For more information, click here.

 

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