Danutek Bulgaria End Year on a High Despite Pandemic


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Despite the global pandemic, Danutek Bulgaria, daughter company of Altus Group, a leading distributor of capital equipment, has proved resilient and is ending the final quarter on a high with a number of new orders from leading manufacturers in the Balkans region.

Like all businesses, Coronavirus has affected Danutek, but during the months of restrictions put in place to bring the epidemic under control, the team utilised their time to grow and further support their customers.

Petar Truhchev, Sales Manager, Danutek Bulgaria said: “The impact of COVID-19 has been extremely challenging but we have identified that training the team should be a priority during this period to ensure there is a skilled and knowledgeable workforce. 

“Thanks to technology, the isolation period did not stop us in our endeavours to strengthen our after sales support teams. Staff were trained in new and upcoming technology and updated on all the systems available through Danutek. This time has ensured we always provide a first-class service and can help customers with any enquiries. It has also given us the opportunity to leverage our existing relationships within the area and help to reach new customers within the industry. This has resulted in three prominent businesses choosing to install equipment from Danutek.”  

Danutek Hungary’s most recent partnerships include electronics manufacturer, Rommtech-3S, who have invested in Solder Paste Inspection (SPI), Pick and Place, conformal coating machine and component storage towers.

Festo Bulgaria, a leading supplier of automation technology, industrial training and education programs has also invested with Danutek placing orders for Automated Optical Inspection (AOI) and SPI equipment. Also advancing their processes with advanced state-of-the-art SPI machines is Unipos, a designer and manufacturer of fire alarm equipment.

“Our strong performance in the final half of the year proves the resilience of our business model, and it shows our strength in establishing strong relationships with customers – even in a challenging environment,” concluded Petar.

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