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Seika Machinery, Inc., a leading provider of advanced machinery, materials and engineering services, is pleased to offer service and support for Sawa ultrasonic portable cleaners, SC-500HE and SC-5000GUS McDry dry cabinets, and calibration for Malcom viscometers.
Sawa cleaners are repaired at Seika’s demo center in Torrance, CA. The McDry drying units are repaired at the Atlanta office & demo center, and repair kits are available as well. Malcom viscometers can be calibrated and serviced for light maintenance at the company’s San Francisco office.
Seika Machinery offers world-class sales and support for its machinery, equipment and automation solutions used in various industries. In addition to service and repairs, the team provides technical service including installation and on-site training for dedicated products.
Nolan Johnson, I-Connect007
Supply chain, distribution, and price inflation are headline news topics these days. To better understand how EMS companies do—or could—respond to pricing pressure from input costs, we asked both EMS industry company representatives and EMS equipment manufacturers to comment on how the industry can respond to current pressures. Editor Nolan Johnson spoke with several EMS executives about a variety of ways for dealing with rising costs.
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