Altus Release Product Brochure with New Additions


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Following a busy and productive year full of integrating innovative new equipment and forging new partnerships, Altus Group, a leading distributor of capital equipment, has released its new product catalogue for 2020.

The brochure, based on the expansive Altus portfolio, includes the most advanced solutions available in the marketplace. With their finger continually on the ‘electronics’ pulse, the brochure includes all the latest equipment from leaders in the industry including principle suppliers like Koh Young, YJ Link, Rehm Thermal Systems, and Cencorp. There are also some welcome new additions.

“The new catalogue guides customers on the most advanced systems available on the marketplace. The equipment is from some of the most respected suppliers in the industry, and companies that Altus has partnered with for many years,” explained Joe Booth, Altus Director - Business Development and Marketing.

“New for this year there is the inclusion of new partners including Inovaxe, Innomelt, Scienscope and Quick equipment. The new additions have added further breadth and choice to an already expansive portfolio of capital equipment ranges. We hope the carefully selected choice of products offer our customers the most technically advanced equipment for their manufacturing requirements and helps to improve production processes driving manufacturing standards upwards.”

As well as a comprehensive overview of Altus’ products, the catalogue highlights the company’s core objective – exemplary customer service. Altus has taken significant steps to double down on its USP of having the largest support team in the market, with the hiring of two more applications engineers at the end of 2019. This has move has further enhanced the service and support for every customer.

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