Koh Young Celebrates the Laritech Grand Opening and Expansion


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A Grand Opening ceremony will be held on Thursday, January 23, 2020 to celebrate the opening of a new Laritech facility in Moorpark, California. “As a long-standing Koh Young partner, we could not be prouder of their growth and trajectory,” said Allen Phung, Regional Sales Manager for Koh Young America. “At the event, visitors will be able to see why Koh Young is proud of the accomplishments reached by Laritech. We look forward to continuing this relationship and supporting their growth.”

From humble beginnings in Bill Larrick’s garage during the late 90s as a prototype manufacturer of printed circuit board assemblies, his vision has propelled them into the larger campus with multiple production lines. Today, Laritech supports customers across almost every conceivable market with everything from product concept and design to full production. With AS9100 Revision D, ITAR certification, Apple MFi support, and many other manufacturing process quality certifications, customers can rest assured the product will receive the utmost attention. “Not only do we appreciate the support from Koh Young at our Grand Opening, but we realize the importance their machines play in helping us deliver the highest quality products to our customers.”

Laritech, Inc. is an engineering driven business thriving on design of embedded controls, firmware, and software. Time has proven that Laritech has the capability and experience to help in product development, prototype, and production, which includes several Koh Young solder paste inspection (SPI) and automated optical inspection (AOI) systems. Since 2001, Laritech Engineering has completed upwards of 400 designs and is available to engage at any point in the design cycle.

The company focus ensures customers have a complete support and will never be left wondering where to turn. “Whether in need of new product introduction, redesign, surface mount conversion, or looking for an ally to take over a project someone failed to complete, we can be your partner every step of the way,” said Larrick. “Not only to we appreciate the support from Koh Young at our Grand Opening, but we realize the importance their machines play in helping us deliver the highest quality products to our customers.”

If you cannot attend the grand opening, please visit Laritech.com to learn more about their operations. To learn more about Koh Young Technology and its best-in-class inspection solutions at www.kohyoung.com.

About Koh Young

Koh Young, 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, Penang, China, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, Mexico, and the United States. These local facilities ensure it maintains a close relationship with its growing customer base and provides them with access to a global network of inspection and measurement experts.

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