Critical Manufacturing Appoints Technica, U.S.A. as Its Newest Representative


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Critical Manufacturing, an ASM PT company, is pleased to announce the appointment of Technica, U.S.A. as its company representative in the Western United States territory of California, Nevada, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Montana and Wyoming. 

“We are very pleased to be working with one of the premier representative organizations in our industry, and I feel our synergistic fit will benefit our organizations and the customers in their regions,” said Dave Trail, VP, Electronics Segment of Critical Manufacturing.

Technica, U.S.A.’s President Frank Medina added, “We have many areas in which we go beyond the traditional distributor role. We are looking forward to our partnership with Critical Manufacturing and to being a resource that provides access to the latest products, designs and information required to remain competitive in today’s technologically advanced marketplace.”

Established in 1985, Technica, U.S.A. provides high-quality products for the fast-paced, ever-changing electronics marketplace.  The company’s philosophy is to bring together innovative, industry-leading suppliers that provide manufacturers with technological advantages to produce complex electronic products. For more information, visit www.technica.com.

Critical Manufacturing Augmented MES helps Electronics Assembly manufacturers constantly upgrade process capability and manage capacity and quality, while driving down cost. For more information, visit www.criticalmanufacturing.com.

About Critical Manufacturing

Critical Manufacturing provides the most modern, flexible and configurable manufacturing execution system (MES) available. Critical Manufacturing MES helps manufacturers stay ahead of stringent product traceability and compliance requirements; reduce risk with inherent closed-loop quality; integrate seamlessly with enterprise systems and factory automation and provide deep intelligence and visibility of global production operations.

As a result, customers are Industry 4.0 ready. They can compete effectively and profitably by easily adapting their operations to changes in demand, opportunity or requirements, anywhere, at any time. For more information, visit www.criticalmanufacturing.com.

About ASM Pacific Technology Limited

As a global technology and market leader, ASMPT (HKEX stock code: 0522), develops and provides leading edge solutions and materials for the semiconductor assembly and packaging industries. Its surface mount technology solutions are deployed in a wide range of end-user markets including electronics, mobile communications, automotive, industrial, LED and alternative energy. Our continuous investments in research and development help to provide our customers with innovative and cost-efficient solutions and systems that enable them to achieve higher productivity, greater reliability and enhanced quality.

Listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange since 1989, ASMPT is currently one of the constituent stocks on the Hang Seng Composite MidCap Index under the Hang Seng Composite Size Indexes, the Hang Seng Composite Information Technology Industry Index under Hang Seng Composite Industry Indexes, the Hang Seng Hong Kong 35 Index and the Hang Seng Global Composite Index. To learn more about ASMPT, please visit our website at www.asmpacific.com.

About Technica USA Technica, USA provides the highest quality equipment and process materials, manufactured worldwide, for the printed circuit board fabrication and SMT assembly markets. For more information on Technica, USA, please contact Jason Perry at 1-408-240-5950 or visit our web site at www.technica.com

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