SEHO Seeking Representatives for the Stannol Flux and Solder Product Line


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SEHO North America, Inc. is now selling fluxes and solder from Stannol GmbH in the U.S. For this range of products, SEHO is seeking manufacturers’ representatives throughout the U.S.

For more than 130 years, Stannol has been a reliable partner to the electronics industry when it comes to innovative soldering materials such as solder and flux. Additionally, SEHO and Stannol have been working together in the U.S. since 2014. Stannol is well-known worldwide for innovative products that are manufactured with care and have impressive reliability. “With the fluxes and solders from Stannol we offer solutions for the consumables sector, perfectly combining ecological and economic aspects”, says Markus Walter, CEO of SEHO North America, Inc. 

Fluxes are made in the USA at Stannol’s Powell, WY production site. “It is important to be close to the customers,” says Thomas Kolossa of Stannol. “This ensures short delivery times and transport distances, which is an important point particularly as fluxes are classified as hazardous materials.”  

SEHO offers the company’s full line of leaded and lead-free solder pastes, solder wires and solder bars, EF-Series flux, water-based flux and special fluxes and is seeking representatives who will professionally be supported through SEHO North America, Inc. 

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