Test Research, Inc. Opens New Office in Vietnam


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Test Research, Inc. (TRI), a leading Test and Inspection systems provider for the electronics manufacturing industry, recently opened a new office in Bắc Ninh, Vietnam to accommodate the rapid growth of the industry.

The new office is strategically intended to serve the needs of customers in South East Asia as well as in neighboring regions and to facilitate sales and support in this growing area of TRI’s global reach.   

TRI offers a One Stop Solution for PCB Assembly Testing and Inspection, which includes 3D Solder Paste Inspection (SPI), 3D Automated Optical Inspection (AOI), 3D CT Automated X-ray Inspection (AXI), High-Performance In-Circuit Testing (ICT) and Functional Tester (FCT). TRI's solution portfolio has a wide range of high-end features and advanced functionality to meet current and future production line requirements.

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