ViTrox Appoints Joshua Glover as U.S. Technical Support Engineer


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ViTrox Americas, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of ViTrox Corporation Berhad, manufacturer of the Most Trusted Machine Vision Inspection Solutions, is consistently the best 3D In-line AXI Solutions provider in the PCBA SMT Assembly. ViTrox today announced the appointment of Joshua Glover as an addition to the Technical Support Engineering team catering to ViTrox’s growing customer base in the USA region.

With over 15 years of extensive experience in Advanced Solder Paste Inspection (API), Advanced Optical Inspection (AOI), and Advanced X-Ray Inspection (AXI), Joshua will be responsible for providing advanced technical support for ViTrox’s customer installation and service teams in the United States.

Joshua is a strong addition to the already World-Class Support Group from ViTrox Americas, based in Tennessee and centrally within the United States. Joshua will assist with the support of the customer’s API, AOI, AXI and Conformal Coat Inspection requirements. His extensive experience and background will allow him to provide world-class support for both hardware and applications support and training to the Central and Eastern parts of the USA and Canada.

“We are delighted to welcome the addition of Joshua to join the ViTrox family. His vast experience in providing technical support for API, AOI and AXI has made him an ideal fit for his 

role to further strengthen our service and support for both existing and new customers in the USA.]” said Richard Osborne, Sales Director of ViTrox America, Inc.

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