Wittcosales Goes on the Road for Customer Visits in ‘Wittcomobile’


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WittcoSales is pleased to announce that it has invested in a company RV to visit customers and principals. The dynamic father-and-son team continue to support the SMT and micro-electronics markets, and will use the 29-foot RV as a mobile office and demo site to better serve customers and arrange visits with facilities that may not allow visitors inside the company.

Todd Wittmer, President of WittcoSales, commented, “The electronic and technology industry, supplying medical, air and space, military and consumers of essential goods, have remained busier than ever. Due to COVID-19 many facilities have closed their doors to vendors and reps with the exception of equipment service and upgrade needs. This, unfortunately, does not allow for another aspect of our business in a very competitive climate: The ability to constantly evaluate and improve, staying ahead of industry trends by helping to proactively meet customer needs and demands. With new technology being developed and made available to assist and better serve our industry/customers, there are currently very limited effective ways to get the word out and create excitement on these new breakthroughs.”

For customers who cannot allow visitors due to COVID-19, Team Wittcosales is working on developing a safe, sanitized area where they can meet with customers in the parking lot for project and product reviews, smaller equipment demonstrations and a golf trip or two. “We will be updating you on the status of our upcoming road map,” added Wittmer. “Your continued operation, success and safety is our number one priority! It will be our pleasure to arrange a visit for the near future with our office on wheels. Wittcosales is honored to serve you and greatly appreciates you continued support."

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