ViTrox Collaborates with The EMC3 Group in U.S. to Meet Growing Demand


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ViTrox Americas, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of ViTrox Corporation Berhad, manufacturer of the Most Trusted Machine Vision Inspection Solutions for the semiconductor and electronics packaging industries, is strengthening its sales channel in Florida by collaborating with The EMC3 Group to support the increasing market demand in the region.

Founded in 1990, The EMC3 Group is an industry-leading SMT and semiconductor electronics sales and manufacturing services company serving the entire state of Florida. The EMC3 Group has established strong relationships in the industry for more than 25 years of business. They have focused on building strong relationships in the electronics manufacturing and assembly industry for more than 30 years and have represented multiple companies for more than 20 years in the state of Florida.

With their strong sales and engineering backgrounds, The EMC3 Group strive to be experts in understanding and recommending the best designed and intelligent product solutions for their Florida based customers. The EMC3 Group specializes in offering the best SMT and semiconductor equipment and related materials for the widest range of solutions, covering high-end, high-throughput SMT production equipment, specialized manufacturing materials, SMT prototyping, repair products and much more! Since October 2021, The EMC3 Group has been representing the comprehensive ViTrox’s Advanced 3D PCB SMT Assemblies Solutions, which encompasses Advanced Solder Paste Inspection (API) Solutions, Advanced 3D Optical Inspection (AOI) Solutions, Advanced 3D X-Ray Inspection (AXI) Solutions, Advanced Robotic Vision (ARV) Solutions, and Industry 4.0 Smart Solutions (V-ONE).

Richard Osborne, Sales Director of ViTrox America said, “I am delighted that The EMC3 Group has chosen to partner with us. With the expertise, I believe our customer will definitely gain the most benefits from Steven and Mark’s in-depth and broad technical background to offer values to our current and prospective customers”

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