Pillarhouse USA Names Performance Technologies Northeast U.S. Rep


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Global manufacturer and supplier of selective soldering systems, Pillarhouse USA has appointed Performance Technologies Group to spearhead sales efforts in Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Washington DC.

Adrian De’Ath, vice president for Pillarhouse USA Inc., stated, “We are delighted to announce Performance Technologies Group have joined the Pillarhouse sales team. With an extensive background in the electronics manufacturing industry PTG will be able to provide our customers first-class sales and engineering support.”

Pillarhouse is a world leader in the design and manufacturing of selective soldering systems. From hand-load (batch) processes to fully automated inline, high-speed lines; Pillarhouse equipment fits the ever changing market needs.

Performance Technologies Group, Inc. (PTG) was established in 1999 to provide a technical conduit between Manufacturers of electronic production equipment and their intended market. Donald Lausier of PTG commented “We look forward to expanding our relationship with Pillarhouse to now include the MD, VA, WVA and DC markets. Pillarhouse increases our ability to promote Best-In-Class products to customers within the territory.”

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