PDR Rework Systems Hires Eastern Canadian Service Rep


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PDR is pleased to announce that it has partnered with PDMTECH Services as its manufacturers’ representative in the Eastern Canada territory. Based in Long Sault, Ontario, Paul Morin will represent PDR’s IR rework systems in Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Isl.

PDMTECH Services has been servicing the needs of SMT businesses both large and small since 2009. Paul Morin, Founder and President of PDMTECH Services, has 30 years of combined experience that he achieved through working in electronics manufacturing, manufacturing process engineering support and field services dating back since 1982. His combined past experiences include having worked for companies such as Northern Telecom (Nortel), Canadian Marconi Company and Speedline Technologies.

Dave White, CEO of White Industrial Corporation, parent company of PDR Americas, states: “We are so pleased to partner with PDMTECH. The PDMTECH team is detail oriented and completely customer focused. Their sales and service expertise is a winning combination offering Eastern Canadian customer’s complete customer care, before, during, and after the sale. PDR is thrilled to have PDMTECH  represent the PDR brand in Eastern Canada.”

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, click here.

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