Seika Machinery Launches Updated, Optimized Website

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Seika Machinery, Inc., a leading provider of advanced machinery, materials and engineering services, today announced the launch of its updated website. The site, located at the company’s existing web address, has been redesigned and optimized to be more user-friendly.

The new website serves as an online resource for Seika Machinery and the industries it serves as well as the company’s global network. It features increased performance for both mobile and desktop access.

The electronics assembly and general industries page have been updated to include Seika’s newest product offerings. Additionally, Seika Machinery’s latest industry videos, news and articles are now available on the homepage.

Seika Machinery is committed to providing high-quality, competitively priced SMT, quality assurance and automatic test equipment, and green technology solutions to customers not only from Japan, but also from other valued resource locations. Seika’s new business section under general industries will feature new equipment in the upcoming months.

As a multi-national trading company, Seika procures proven and successful global supplier equipment and materials with full sales and technical support provided by its team based in its Los Angeles, San Francisco and Atlanta offices, and extensive network of strategic partners worldwide. For more information or to request a quote online, visit



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