Koh Young America Proudly Unveiled its New Americas Headquarters in Atlanta


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Relocating from Arizona, the new Koh Young America facility located just outside of Atlanta, Georgia houses corporate, operations, applications, and customer support. The expanded headquarters also includes dedicated training rooms and equipment, as well as solder paste inspection (SPI), automated optical inspection (AOI), and automated pin inspect (API) machines for customer demonstrations and evaluations. Furthermore, it is a showcase for our latest award-winning KSMART and Koh Young Process Optimizer (KPO) software tools that help our partners understand and adopt smart factory technologies.

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With a crowd of partners, customers, and distinguished guests in support, Koh Young America unveiled its new ultramodern corporate headquarters for the Americas. Located in the Atlanta area, this new location will lay the foundation for an elevated user experience that will further bolster Koh Young America and its customers in the region and across the world. “It is an immense pleasure to personally welcome each of you to the grand opening of Koh Young’s new Americas headquarters. It’s an exciting time for Koh Young as we continue to evolve and grow, while being focused on our customer’s needs,” opened Dr. Kwangill Koh, Founder and CEO of Koh Young Technologies.  

Juan Arango, Managing Director of Koh Young America continued, “We have been growing so incredibly fast. Our sales have nearly tripled over the past few years. Whether it is our true 3D inspection equipment or our KSMART solutions, the electronics assembly market has clearly embraced our innovative technologies. While our award-winning technologies helped fuel this growth, our support network remains the backbone of our success. Our new facility will help us continue our trajectory while providing a command center to serve our customers and the market.”

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During its growth, Koh Young America has been expanding its service and support team with direct hires strategically positioned across the Americas. Today, the company has nearly 50 employees focused on ensuring an outstanding user experience. Thanks to this focus, Koh Young continues to raise the standards for customer service. Moreover, Koh Young America is still growing. It continues to introduce innovative technologies, applications, and processes. “As customers join the Koh Young family, our new facility will ensure their success with dedicated training, service, and applications support. We are focused on creating a unique user experience, which is partially why we relocated to Atlanta,” expressed Mr. Arango.

Welcome to the next chapter in Koh Young America. Visit us at SMTA International in booth 609 from 24-25 September 2019 or at SMTA Guadalajara in booth 227 and booth 233 with Repstronics during 23-24 October 2019.

About Koh Young

Koh Young Technology Inc., the leading 3D measurement-based inspection equipment and solutions provider, performs an essential role for quality control and process optimization across a growing set of industries including printed circuit board assembly, machining and assembly process manufacturing, semiconductor manufacturing, and various medical fields. In addition to its corporate headquarters in Seoul, Koh Young has sales and support offices in Germany, Japan, Singapore, China, Mexico, and the United States. These local facilities ensure it sustains a close relationship with its growing customer base, while providing them with access to a global network of inspection and measurement experts. For more information visit KohYoung.com.

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