Altus Releases New Technology Brochure


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Altus Group has released its new product brochure, featuring some of the world's most innovative equipment for the electronics assembly industry.

The full-color catalog features a range of the industry's most highly-advanced technology available on the market, and includes products from leading companies like Koh Young, YJ Link, Rehm Thermal Systems, and Cencorp, to name but a few.

With a portfolio ranging from 3D automated optical inspection (AOI) equipment and board handling and laser marking machines, through to conformal coating and cleaning chemistry, and everything in between, the catalogue features an extensive range of novel equipment to address modern manufacturing needs.

"We are very proud of the range of products that we support throughout the UK and Ireland. Altus has a core product group of outstanding tier one suppliers, that continue to make large development efforts to keep our competitors on their toes and more importantly, produce great results for our customers. Now, we are further adding to that core group with exciting new technologies so that Altus can achieve its goal of being the 'go to' electronic distribution and support partner for all electronics manufacturers," says Joe Booth, Altus Sales Manager.

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