Data I/O Expands Sales Representation with Assembly Products


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Data I/O Corporation has completed a sales representative agreement with Assembly Products LLC to expand sales representation in the New England region in the US.

Assembly Products is headquartered in Chelmsford, MA and has been representing electronics manufacturing and test equipment since 1995. Assembly Products has a strong technical background and commitment to customer service. With an engineering lab equipped with systems from their suppliers, customers can attend technical seminars and work with Assembly Products application engineers to develop their manufacturing process. Assembly Products will represent Data I/O in New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, Road Island, Connecticut and New York.

“Data I/O is recognized as the industry’s leading supplier of programming solutions, technology and customer support,” said James Chase, Managing Partner of Assembly Products. “Programming is an integral part of the electronics manufacturing process. We are excited to partner with Data I/O and extend our products to offer a suite of programming solutions that deliver the highest quality for the lowest total cost of ownership.”

“We’re excited to partner with Assembly Products to expand our market and serve our mutual customers in the New England region,” said Ubi Figueiredo, Director of Sales, Americas at Data I/O. “Together, with Data I/O’s innovative programming solutions and Assembly Products technical expertise, applications engineering and service support we will deliver complete solutions that streamline our customers’ processes and lower their operating costs.”

About Data I/O Corporation

Since 1972 Data I/O has developed innovative solutions to enable the design and manufacture of electronic products for automotive, Internet-of-Things, medical, wireless, consumer electronics, industrial controls and other markets. Today, our customers use Data I/O security provisioning and programming solutions to reliably, securely, and cost-effectively bring innovative new products to life. These solutions are backed by a global network of Data I/O support and service professionals, assuring success for our customers. 

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