Technica USA-SMT Division to Represent Teradyne’s Production Board Test Equipment


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Technica USA announced today that they had reached a Sales Representation Agreement with Teradyne Incorporated to represent their Production Board Test equipment in Northern CA, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Utah, Idaho, Montana and Wyoming.

Teradyne is known for automating two of manufacturing’s most critical elements: repetitive manual tasks and electronic test. It’s a good bet that every device you use has been touched, and enhanced, by Teradyne during its assembly or test. Everything Teradyne creates and invests in is oriented to helping organizations deliver their highest quality products, and bring them to market quickly, with the most-profitable economics.

Frank Medina, President of Technica USA stated, “We are very pleased to add Teradyne’s Production Board Test Equipment to our product offering in our SMT-Division. We pride ourselves in representing and distributing some the world’s leading technologies in the SMT market. Teradyne is another highly regarded company we are honored to represent. Their TestStation family of products provides configurations that will allow us to meet our customers production requirements at the highest fault coverage and yield rate.”

Bobby Griffis, Director of Sales and Service−The Americas of Teradyne commented, “We are excited to establish this relationship with Technica USA. We are looking forward to working with their team to address their customers task automation and electronic test needs. We soon will be placing one of our TestStation systems in their demo center in San Jose CA to help demonstrate and train customers in an easily accessible and convenient location.”

Medina added, “Both companies are excited about the opportunity to work together and expand Teradyne’s footprint in our assigned Territory.”

Teradyne will be exhibiting their full line of Production Test equipment at IPC APEX EXPO 2020 in San Diego, Hall D Booth # 3313.

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