Anda Opens New Center for Excellence in Guadalajara


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Anda Technologies will be opening its Guadalajara facility in early December at Prol. Av. Tepeyac 147, Paraísos del Colli 45069 Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico.

Open to customers and engineers, the new center features a state-of-the-art demonstration and test room with 22 machines, including selective conformal coating, fluid dispensing, curing, conveying, energy-saving lead-free solder, reflow soldering machinery and more.

The facility also has a conference room in which Anda will host SMTA meetings as well as seminars on industry topics that will be open to the public. Additionally, engineers will be welcome to visit and bring their difficult-to-solve problems.

“Anda’s new facility in Guadalajara will allow the company to offer even faster response times, in addition to our proficient service through local, Spanish-speaking personnel. Anda’s Mexico central warehouse will be located at this site, as will a demo facility and general sales offices,” said Abby Tsoi, CEO of Anda Overseas Operations.

Anda Automation designs and manufactures selective conformal coating, fluid dispensing, UV/IR curing ovens, plasma treatment, conveying equipment, process lines and complete factory automation solutions for the electronics assembly industry.

About Anda Automation

Anda Automation was founded in 2008 with headquarters in Dongguan, China. The company also has offices in Fremont in California, Guadalajara in Mexico, Hong Kong, Suzhou & Changsha in China and 20 service centers worldwide. Anda develops high precision dispensing/coating valve, linear motor, servo linear guide, polymer mineral casting and optical assembly equipment.  In the fluid application area, Anda offers unique technology to fabricate high precision dispensers, coating machines, UV & Thermal curing ovens and plasma cleaning equipment.  For more information, click here.

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