ViTrox Strengthening its Business with SMTo Engineering in Mexico Northwest Region


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ViTrox Technologies, a world-leading machine vision inspection solution provider of innovative, advanced and cost-effective automated 3D Machine Vision inspection solution for the semiconductor and electronics packaging industries, announced its business expansion of SMT Inspection Solutions in the Mexico Northwest region with SMTo Engineering. 

ViTrox continues to strengthen the business in the Mexico market by partnering with SMTo Engineering since 2015. They had been continuing to implement an aggressive business growth plan which includes the development of new sales opportunities and business growth especially in the Northwest region of Mexico. Through the partnership, SMTo Engineering represents the full range of ViTrox Automated Board Inspection (ABI) solutions such as Advanced 3D Solder Paste Inspection System (API), Advanced 3D Optical Inspection System (AOI), Advanced 3D X-Ray Inspection System (AXI), and Advanced Robotic Vision System (ARV) for sales and support in Mexico.

With the support of local Sales Channel Partner - SMTo Engineering and its group of elites who have more than 15 years of strong sales and technical experiences in the EMS industry, ViTrox is confident that its Industry 4.0 technological innovation can bring great improvement on quality, speed and cost efficiency to the Mexico market as the customer enhances its SMT manufacturing process that will benefit everyone.

SMTo expands the business with its key principles to cover all the needs of the customers while strengthening their support and establishing long term relationships with the customers. On top of the extensive coverage throughout Mexico, SMTo also provides 24/7 phone support to customers. In addition, SMTo has added another important team member to the team to support ViTrox’s business expansion in the Mexico Northwest region.

Vitrox_Jose_LunaViTrox is excited to introduce SMTo newly joined team member, José Luna. José has been appointed as SMTo’s new regional sales manager for Mexico Northwest Region - Baja California. With more than 18 years of experience in SMT business and an extensive background in the Television manufacturing industry as PBA and TFT Process Engineer and Engineering Manager, José will be responsible for the establishment of current and new customers for ViTrox ABI sales in Mexico's Northwest Region.

 “I really appreciate this big opportunity to join the SMTo team and look forward to promoting and impulse the best equipment in all the potential industries for the North West region in Mexico. Thanks once again to become part of the very bright future of ViTrox and SMTo.” José commented.

Additionally, ViTrox introduces Angel Hurtado who is appointed as ViTrox and SMTo’s Support Engineer to cover Mexico Northwest Region. With more than six years in inspection technical positions of the Electronic Manufacturing Business in Tijuana, Angel had assisted SMTo on growing ViTrox business in the area for the past two years.

With the support of the two new SMTo elite team members, ViTrox and SMTo will further implement the aggressive business expansion plan including the development of key accounts and business expansion throughout Mexico along with the establishment of long term relationships with current and new customers.

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