TAKAYA Appoints Technica USA Rep for NW, Rocky Mt. States


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TEXMAC, the exclusive authorized distributor of TAKAYA flying probe test systems in North America, announces the appointment of Technica USA, based in San Jose, CA, to represent TAKAYA systems in the Pacific Northwest and the Rocky Mountain states. Since 1985, Technica, U.S.A. has been providing the fast paced, ever-changing electronics manufacturing marketplace with highest quality products.  

In making the announcement, Roy McKenzie, Takaya Group Manager for TEXMAC Inc., said, “We look forward to working with Technica, a company experienced in offering some of the most advanced materials and process equipment in the industry for PCB assembly and test. Today’s U.S. manufacturing environment now revolves around high-mix production and requires solutions that allow our customers to produce high yields. We look to Technica to help us enable our customers to maintain a competitive edge by providing our state-of-the-art TAKAYA flying probe testing systems.” 

Frank Medina, President of Technica USA stated, “We are very pleased to partner with the TEXMAC team. Their flying probe testing systems are an excellent addition to the other quality products we have been successfully promoting to the SMT market. We expect to have the same level of success with TEXMAC due to the quality, technology and performance of their products”

About TEXMAC 

TEXMAC, the exclusive authorized distributor of TAKAYA flying probe test systems in North America, is based in Charlotte, North Carolina, and offers a full range of sales and support services including test and programming services. Locations include facilities in the Boston, Denver, Chicago, Dallas, and Silicon Valley areas. For more information, contact Roy McKenzie, TEXMAC Inc., 2225 Martin Ave. Suite K, Santa Clara, CA 95050, tel. (408) 970-8500, email rmckenzie@texmacusa.com,  and visit www.texmac.com. 

About Technica USA 

Technica, U.S.A., is a privately held company distributing and representing materials and equipment that support the SMT Assembly, PCB Fabrication, and Microelectronics Assembly markets in North America. For more information about Technica U.S.A., visit https://www.technica.com/about-us or email jperry@technica.com. 

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