PVA Expands Service Footprint in Mexico


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PVA, a global supplier of automated dispensing and coating equipment, is pleased to announce that it has expanded its service footprint in Mexico to include direct support in Monterrey, Chihuahua, Queretaro, and three field service engineers in Guadalajara.

The company has seen tremendous growth in Mexico, requiring additional field service engineers and application support specialists. 

“As manufacturers continue to ramp up production in Mexico we continue to proactively add to our technical team to support these installations,” said Frank Hart, PVA’s Managing Director of Sales and Marketing.  “Our goal is to continue to provide the highest level of support in Mexico and assist our customers in optimizing their dispensing and coating processes to be the most competitive in the world.”

PVA plans to open their first applications lab in Guadalajara during 2021.

When precision matters, manufacturers around the globe rely on PVA’s selective coating systems and automated dispensing solutions to improve their production process. PVA configures customer driven solutions for applications requiring fluid dispensing equipment and custom automation products. From benchtop equipment to lean cells to inline systems, we evaluate each opportunity independently to ensure our solution allows you to optimize your manufacturing process.

All PVA Systems are backed by a 24-hour global service network, including regionally trained technicians for fast response times.

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