Yamaha Announces Distribution Agreement with Micropak

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Islamabad-based Micropak is an experienced supplier of surface-mount assembly automation, serving Pakistan’s growing electronics industry that includes OEMs and manufacturing services providers.

“The Yamaha brand increases our ability to deliver technically advanced and highly productive manufacturing solutions,” said Mr. Shahid Khan, Managing Director of Micropak. “We are looking forward to building our connection with Yamaha to maximise support for our clients and deliver high sales performance.” 

“Micropak is equipped to help us grow our presence in Pakistan, with excellent technical and commercial skills and a trusted reputation in the marketplace,” commented Yasushi Miyake, Branch Manager of Yamaha Motor Europe IM business. “We are looking forward to an inspiring partnership that will deliver great results for our two companies and the Pakistan high-tech sector.”

The distribution agreement with Micropak brings our One Stop Smart Solution to Pakistan, which tightly integrates inline SMT equipment, connected component storage, and factory-software tools to maximise productivity and efficiency. The complete Yamaha equipment portfolio includes YST intelligent storage towers, YCP compact printers and YSP highly automated printers, YRM, YSM and Sigma high-speed mounters with flexible options such as smart feeders and component-tray handling, the high-speed, high-resolution YSi-V 3D AOI system, YSi-SP solder-paste inspection, and 3D hybrid mounters.


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