TEXMAC Names ALTRADE Brazil Rep for TAKAYA Testers


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TEXMAC, the exclusive authorized distributor of TAKAYA flying probe test systems in North America, announces the appointment of Brazilian rep firm ALTRADE to represent and service TAKAYA systems in their territory, Brazil. In addition, TEXMAC will exhibit at the FIEE trade show 23 to 26 July at the São Paulo Expo, in booth C-133. For more information about the show, visit www.fiee.com.br/en/Home/.

Since its founding in 1991, ALTRADE has been serving its electronics manufacturing customers through its highly trained professionals, dedicated to each specialty, which provided excellent pre- and post-sale support. With its headquarters located in Atibaia - São Paulo, ALTRADE also maintains support bases in Campinas, São José dos Campos, Curitiba and Manaus, providing immediate support according to the needs of its clients.

For High-mix assembly testing, TAKAYA makes fixtures unnecessary, and delivers fast, accurate, reliable testing of assembled PCBAs. TAKAYA makes the industry’s fastest flying-probe test systems for assembled PCBAs. TAKAYA pioneered flying probe technology, and TAKAYA systems are shipped from and serviced in the U.S. by TEXMAC USA. The APT-1400F and APT-1400F-SL single-sided testers offer unprecedented test speed and accuracy at the probe tip, and 6 top side flying probes provide optimum access flexibility for densely populated PCBAs.

About TEXMAC

TEXMAC, the exclusive authorized distributor of TAKAYA flying prober test systems in North America, is based in Charlotte, North Carolina, and offers a full range of sales and support services including test and programming services. Locations include facilities in the Boston, Denver, Chicago, Dallas, and Silicon Valley areas. For more information, contact Roy McKenzie, TEXMAC, Inc., 2225 Martin Ave. Suite K, Santa Clara, CA 95050, tel. (408) 970-8500, email rmckenzie@texmacusa.com,  and visit www.texmac.com.

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