Hentec/RPS Expands Support in Mexico with Addition of Aaron Cantú


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Hentec Industries/RPS Automation announced that Field Service Engineer Aaron Cantú has joined the RPS support team in October 2020. Having Aaron join the team has allowed Hentec/RPS to expand its support to not only the US and Canada, but to have full support in Mexico as well. 

Aaron is a graduate of EDEC Universidad in Monterrey, Mexico with a degree in Computer Systems Engineering. With his previous eight years of experience in selective soldering technology, and his continued knowledge of the electronics assembly industry, Aaron is a welcomed addition to the expanding selective soldering and lead tinning business for Hentec/RPS. Aaron will be able to service and support our growing customer base in Mexico along with assisting all of the worldwide Hentec/RPS customers.

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