JBC Tools Signs Exclusive Representative Agreement with Southwest Systems Technology

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Southwest Systems Technology, Inc. announced that it has signed a representative agreement with JBC Tools. Under the agreement, Southwest Systems is the exclusive manufacturers’ representative for JBC in the states of Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana. Southwest Systems now provides sales and services for JBC’s line of soldering and rework equipment.

“Innovation, efficiency and reliability are the key features of JBC products, which have been designed to satisfy the most demanding requirements in the market,” stated Matteo Alberti, Global Sales Coordinator, JBC Tools, Inc. “As JBC is quality-driven, I feel very confident knowing that we are going to be represented by the professional team at Southwest Systems Technology.”

In its 30th year, Southwest Systems Technology, Inc. has offices in Texas and Mexico, serving the electronic and semiconductor manufacturing industries. The company will highlight industry-leading capital equipment, benchtop tools and manufacturing consumables.

“In my years as an EMS owner I have always been drawn to the higher technology equipment, that is what caught my eye with JBC Tool’s products,” stated Scott Fillebrown, Managing Director at Southwest Systems Technology. “This is the soldering station I would want in my facility and I feel confident our customers will agree.”

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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