Southwest Systems Technology Enters 30th Year Representing the Electronics Industry

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Southwest Systems Technology, Inc., is celebrating its 30th anniversary. The company represents a myriad of products in the electronics and semiconductor manufacturing industries, and its sales engineers are trained in the latest industry processes and technologies.

“Southwest Systems Technology is entering into our 30th year in 2019. We wish to express our gratitude to our many friends, customers and associates for the years of success. Embarking on the next phase, we are excited that Scott Fillebrown will be managing our company and directing our future. Scott brings many years of experience managing a large EMS company and in technical sales.  I will remain active in a sales role,” Dee Claybrook, founder/principal, stated.

Southwest Systems Technology, Inc. was founded in 1989 with offices in Texas and Mexico, serving the electronic and semiconductor manufacturing industries. The company sells capital equipment, benchtop tools and manufacturing consumables.

“There have been numerous changes in electronics and semiconductor manufacturing over the last 30 years and one basic tenet of Southwest Systems will not change: we will represent only products we would buy if we were the customer. We look forward to seeing our friends and customers in 2019 and hope that the year is healthy and prosperous!,” added Claybrook.

About Southwest Systems Technology, Inc.

Southwest Systems Technology, Inc., was founded in 1989. The company has offices and demonstration facilities in Dallas, Austin, El Paso, McAllen, and Guadalajara, Mexico. Southwest Systems’ philosophy is to technically present the myriad of products it represents in a thorough and professional manner; proficiently and with discerning sophistication. The company sells products in both the electronic and semiconductor manufacturing industries. It sells capital equipment and materials, and its sales engineers are trained in the latest industry processes and technologies.  


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