Bosch Selects MIRTEC as Strategic 3D AOI Partner

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MIRTEC, ‘The Global Leader in Inspection Technology,’ is pleased to announce that after an extensive evaluation, BOSCH has selected MIRTEC’s 3D AOI Technology as the best solution to meet their ongoing quality initiatives.

The evaluation process was exceedingly detailed and included a wide range of 3D AOI solution providers from around the Globe. In the end, MIRTEC effectively demonstrated the lowest cost of ownership and absolute best overall cost/performance ratio of any competitive 3D AOI system.

“It is truly a pleasure to continue our long-standing partnership with BOSCH,” stated Chanwha Pak, CEO of MIRTEC Co LTD. “We at MIRTEC are committed to continuous improvement through innovation and strong quality leadership. Ours is a business of precision and accuracy, reproducibility and specificity, timeliness and trust. These are the real products and services which we provide to our valued customers”, continued Pak. “We look forward to our continued partnership and the mutual success of our two organizations.”

With over 17,000 systems installed throughout the World and having received a total of 41 Industry Awards thus far for their products and services, MIRTEC has earned a solid reputation as one of the most Progressive and Dynamic Suppliers of Automated Optical Inspection Equipment to the Electronics Manufacturing Industry. MIRTEC products have been extremely successful in High-Volume markets such as consumer electronics as well as High-Mix Low-Volume markets such as medical, automotive, aerospace and defense. The company invests heavily in Research and Development, persistently focused on using state-of-the-art optics, lighting and laser technology in the development of their inspection solutions.

“It is quite an honor for MIRTEC to be awarded this contract,” stated Holger Hansmann, Director of Sales and Marketing, at MIRTEC Europe. “As a premier manufacturer, BOSCH is recognized throughout the world for having the highest quality standards. As such, the company is extremely selective in purchasing equipment that will add value to their business. In MIRTEC they have found a partner that offers the most Technologically Advanced Inspection Systems, supported by a truly Global infrastructure and excellent company procedures. We at MIRTEC are proud to have been selected, yet again, as the BOSCH’s 3D AOI partner.”


MIRTEC is a leading global supplier of Automated Optical Inspection Systems to the Electronics Manufacturing Industry. For further information, visit

The BOSCH Group is a leading global supplier of technology and services, active in the fields of automotive technology, energy and building technology, industrial technology, and consumer goods. For further information visit and



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