Scienscope Appoints Repstronics in Mexico


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Scienscope International, a leading supplier of Visual Inspection products, has just announced the appointment of Repstronics in Mexico for their optical/visual inspection products and metrology products.

"We are thrilled to have Repstronics represent Scienscope in Mexico," commented Eddy Lin, President of Scienscope. " Repstronics also has the most advanced technical centers in Guadalajara, Ciudad Juárez, and Monterrey, which allows them to efficiently process samples for customer applications and thus provide them with the best recommendation for their process."

Repstronics is a leading technical representation company, dedicated to providing cutting-edge technological solutions for manufacturing, through a team of committed specialists. Repstronics is Mexican representation company with experience and coverage throughout Mexico in the sale of equipment and consumables for all manufacturing industries, providing technical and commercial advice through their bilingual sales engineers in coordination with a robust support team that is backed by direct support from their suppliers, now including Scienscope.

Repstronics has more than 15 years of experience in electronics and medical device manufacturing! Combine that with Scienscope’s 30 years of experience in optical/visual inspection and solving our customers most difficult applications, and providing effective solutions, we are a team that is unsurpassed in both Mexico and the world.

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