KIC Signs New Rep Agreement with DiversiTech Representatives

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KIC has signed on DiversiTech Representatives Inc. as its representative in Southern California. The DiversiTech team is an experienced manufacturers’ representative company based in Southern California that provides world-class electronics assembly solutions with integrated tools and services. 

As KIC progresses with Smart Factory solutions to provide process transparency, traceability, consistent quality and reduced costs, the company is selecting reps with the understanding and knowledge of Smart Factory/Industry 4.0 and its factory integration. DiversiTech has been in the industry for over 38 years with a superb reputation and customer relationships.  

MB Allen, manager of applications and sales at KIC, states, “DiversiTech’s experience is a perfect match to our requirements for representation as they are synchronized with our sales and support model. KIC provides solutions for the entire thermal process and recognizes that our customers are looking for advanced support as they expand their production to higher levels of automation and Smart Factory/Industry 4.0. DiversiTech’s thermal background is a perfect match for our ecosystem of thermal profilers, fixtures and, of course, KIC’s reflow and wave thermal management tools with i4.0 integration. I am very excited to have Ron Rau, Al Rios and their team join the KIC family.”  

About DiversiTech

DiversiTech is Southern California’s leading manufacturers’ representatives for the electronics manufacturing and surface mount technology (SMT) Industry.  The company has been providing electronic assembly and automation solutions with “best in class” assembly equipment and materials to Southern California and B.C. MX manufacturers for more than 38 years. For more information, visit 

About KIC

KIC is a technology company working to make reflow ovens smarter through thermal profiling automation and optimization solutions. With offices across the globe, KIC is ready to become your partner in thermal-based manufacturing.  For more information, visit



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