PVA Hosts Successful Technical Rep Training


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PVA held a highly successful training event for its manufacturers’ representatives on March 19-21, 2019 at its Helmond, Netherlands office. The technical training was held to ensure that all PVA representatives were up-to-date on the company’s latest offerings, and several topics were covered.

“This training exposed our representatives to enhanced process development and hands on experience with many PVA equipment options”, says Rodrigo Gutierrez, Pacific and Europe Training Manager of PVA. “Attendees gained experience with numerous chemistries and potential corresponding processes, increasing their field preparedness. This provides customers with more knowledge and a better service experience.”

Experts from PVA were on hand to answer questions about the company’s coating and dispensing systems, as well as other application solutions in the PVA line-up. The successful training assures PVA distributor teams are better prepared and more independent in the future resulting in faster response times for our customers and a more optimized process solution.

A special thank you to all of the manufacturing representatives that attended:

  • AB Electronics (Spain)
  • PB Technik (Poland)
  • Asi Technologies (Israel)
  • ProSMT (Turkey)
  • Global Engineering (Russia)
  • Amtest (Croatia)
  • Amitronic (Finland)

About PVA

PVA is a global supplier of conformal coating systems, innovative fluid dispensing solutions and precision valve technology. PVA’s customer driven solutions are utilized worldwide in industries ranging from solar, semiconductor packaging, printed circuit board assembly, medical device manufacturing, and consumer electronics. Throughout the changing global manufacturing landscape, PVA remains committed to providing our customers with exceptional products and industry-leading global support.

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