Mycronic and Trans-Tec Sign Dispensing Partnership for SE Asia

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Mycronic AB has signed a partnership with TransTechnology Pte Ltd. (Trans-Tec), a Singapore-based distributor, to market Mycronic’s product range of dispensing systems. Trans-Tec is a solutions provider with 30 years of experience in the SMT business and focused on providing in-depth technical and process expertise to its customers.

Mycronic entered the dispensing business in 2016 with the acquisition of Axxon. Since then Axxon has extended its local market leadership in China for the SMT industry and also successfully entered a number of other industry applications. Today Mycronic is one of the largest suppliers of advanced dispensing and coating equipment with a comprehensive range of tabletop solutions, in-line systems and a wide variety of valves. 

Via the partnership with Trans-Tec, Mycronic will further strengthen its market position in Asia, with the aim to become a global market leader within the dispensing industry. Trans-Tec will be Mycronic’s dispensing distributor in a number of Asian countries with focus on Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam and Indonesia and India. 

“We are happy to proceed with this partnership as Trans-Tec is a very well established and experienced player with 110 field service engineers in these markets. The partnership also shows that our dispensing range is highly competitive. Trans-Tec will be able to offer customers in-depth expertise in application challenges, and can also take on full service responsibility in the region. This will be very beneficial for our customers,” says Thomas Stetter, Sr. VP Assembly Solutions, Mycronic.

“For us it is important to partner with a supplier that can offer a broad high-end product portfolio of dispensing systems for a versatile range of applications, catering to what our core markets require. Mycronic has an extensive range of dispensing solutions, as well as unique products for specific needs, which will be important for our continued growth in the region,” says Christopher Fussner, founder and president, Trans-Tec.

About Mycronic’s dispensing range

The MYSmart series offers a versatile range of cost-effective dispensing equipment to global customers. Standard features across the range include precision robotics, high-accuracy laser detection systems, automated calibration routines, robust fiducial algorithms, high-speed jetting, and many more.

About Mycronic

Mycronic AB is a Swedish high-tech company engaged in the development, manufacture and marketing of production equipment with high precision and flexibility requirements for the electronics industry. Mycronic headquarters are located in Täby, north of Stockholm and the Group has subsidiaries in China, France, Germany, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, the Netherlands, United Kingdom and the United States. Mycronic AB (publ) is listed on NASDAQ Stockholm.

About Trans-Tec

TransTechnology was founded in 1988, offering more than 30 years of experience in SMT solutions. With our experience comes a wealth of knowledge and expertise passed down from one generation to the next. The heart of Trans-Tec is being an SMT solutions provider, excelling in providing a comprehensive range of technologies to improve productivity in a wide variety of businesses. We are the market leader on a global scale in sales, distribution, service, and technical training for a full line of SMT electronic manufacturing equipment. 



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