AIM Appoints Masline Electronics as Distributor of Full Line of Solder Product


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AIM Solder, a leading global manufacturer of solder assembly materials for the electronics industry, is pleased to announce the signing of Masline Electronics as its new distributor for its full line of products in the Northern New York market.

With experience in product distribution, logistics and service, Masline Electronics provides versatile customized solutions to improve efficiency and profits by balancing manufacturing challenges. Masline Electronics is the longest-running distributor of industry-leading passive and electromechanical components. An ISO 9000 Quality certified company, Masline Electronics offers services in lead forming, logistics, kitting, packaging, labeling and custom assembly.

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