Fuji America Expands its Western Rep Network


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Fuji America Corporation, the world’s leading supplier of surface mount technology pick & place and smart factory software solutions, announces its newest sales representative in the Western Region, Alphatek, Inc.

Customers in the Rocky Mountain region (including Colorado and Utah) will have access to Fuji’s placement technologies, Nexim enterprise software and automation tools with experienced local representation. 

Alphatek, Inc. has been in business for over 25 years and is committed to providing customers with superior products, technical expertise and after-sales support. The company has extensive knowledge of circuit board and microelectronics assembly, and serves many markets including: aerospace, telecommunications and medical devices.

“Adding Alphatek is part of our ongoing initiative of local Fuji service and support for our customers across every region of the country,” said Tom Zabkiewicz, executive vice president. “Having deep customer relationships is critical as we move into the next level of Smart Factory technology and low volume/high mix market requirements. We are excited to take these next steps in the region.”

About Fuji Corporation

Fuji Corporation is a market-leading supplier of surface mount technology (SMT) pick & place solutions, and has designed and manufactured many ground-breaking innovations in the circuit board assembly world. Fuji also offers a range of mounting machines, solder printers and production software that can easily integrate into a myriad of manufacturing environments to ensure that equipment runs competitively at all times. Service, training and support are provided by Fuji’s Global network of subsidiaries and official partners. Fuji Corporation’s North American Headquarters is located in Vernon Hills, IL, (near Chicago) as well as other North American regional offices and support centers in Fremont, CA, Guadalajara and Queretaro MX, and Ontario CN.  Visit www.fujiamerica.com, for further information on our comprehensive line of SMT product.

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