PDR Joins Forces with USM Reps in Mexico


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PDR is pleased to announce that it has partnered with USM Reps its manufacturers’ representative. Eduardo Ortiz will represent PDR’s IR rework systems throughout Mexico (excluding Baja), the Central America region and El Paso, Texas.

Dave White, CEO of White Industrial Corporation, parent company of PDR Americas, states: “It is an honor to work with USM Reps to represent the PDR brand in Mexico. USM Reps’ reputation as a first tier sales and service organization is in keeping with PDR’s core value commitment to quality and customer satisfaction. The USM Reps team is extremely well-known in the industry for the firm’s professionalism and excellent customer service. PDR is confident that USM Reps will be a tremendous addition to PDR’s global sales network.”

USM Reps was created with the firm intention to be a link between the manufacturers and principals that it promotes and the customers that the company serves. The company provides reliable services to its customers, and provides added value and a support. USM Reps will represent and promote PDR’s products to bring its customers solutions that will help reduce costs, improve quality, increase productivity and simplify their total manufacturing process.

PDR Rework Systems remains at the forefront of rework technology by providing air nozzle free systems with advanced in-process control features and visible light that takes the guesswork out of rework. 

About PDR

PDR Americas is a business owned by White Industrial Corporation. PDR is a pioneer in IR rework, test and inspection systems, with its products specified by many of the world’s largest names in electronics manufacturing and repair. PDR’s patented “Focused IR and Thermal Management Technology” is fully vested by leading aerospace, defense, biomedical, telecom, automotive, MRO, R&D, and electronic and manufacturing firms for its highest quality and best performing systems. For more information about PDR, click here.

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