Pillarhouse USA Announces Appointment of EAP Sales Rep to Cover Florida


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Global manufacturer and supplier of selective soldering systems, Pillarhouse USA, Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of EAP, to spearhead sales efforts in Florida. Adrian De’Ath, Vice president for Pillarhouse USA Inc stated’ we are thrilled to announce EAP have joined the Pillarhouse sales team, they bring years of sales experience to the table with a comprehensive background in electronics manufacturing, materials, process knowledge.

Pillarhouse is a world leader in the design and manufacturing of selective soldering systems from hand-load (batch) processes to fully automated high-speed lines. Pillarhouse manufactures a wide range of modular and hand load equipment to fit the changing marketing market needs of today.

Electronic Assembly Products, Ltd. (EAP) was established in 2002 with a promise to provide solutions to your process challenges while receiving superior customer service, integrity and professionalism. John Johnson, President commented “Pillarhouse is recognized as a world leading supplier in the selective solder industry and we are very excited to represent them in the Florida market.”

About Pillarhouse International Ltd

Pillarhouse has been a leading force in the selective soldering of today’s modern machines; offering a range of machine options to cover the wide variety and complexity of today’s modern electronics. Our philosophy is to produce high engineering standard products with a focus on innovation and cutting edge development.

With Headquarters in Chelmsford – UK alongside supplementary Manufacturing, Sales/Service facility in Suzhou – China and Sales/Service support in Chicago – USA. Pillarhouse has developed into a Global Company with Sales and Service facilities in over 50 countries.

About EAP Florida.

EAP was established in 2002 in Dayton Ohio. EAP approaches each customer as a partner in solving their process challenges. By finding the right solution, EAP maintains the confidence of its customers, enabling them to act as a trusted extension of their internal resources.

 

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