ASM Opens Third Office in India


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ASM Assembly Systems recently celebrated the opening of its third office in India, together with over 30 different local customers from automotive, telecommunications, semicon, EMS and other industries, in Chennai.

The ASM India team presented its strengthened service and sales support structure in the country and introduced its smart solutions for all eight core workflows in modern electronics manufacturing, thereby underlining its strong commitment to the Indian market.

"The electronics manufacturing market in India continues to show strong growth. ASM has been a major player in the Indian electronics industry for many years and we are excited to further grow our presence and work closer together with the many visionary electronics manufacturers in the region," said Neeraj Bhardwaj, Sales Manager for ASM. "We have the right solutions for any kind of electronics manufacturer in India, from highly flexible mid-speed companies to high-volume manufacturers. Just like in the rest of the world, we also see more and more Indian companies introducing Industry 4.0 concepts on their shop floors. ASM is strongly committed to driving these new technologies and concepts and see the market in India expand even further."

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