Koh Young Adds Lean Stream to Sales Channel for Northern Regions of California, Nevada

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Koh Young Technology, the industry leader in True 3D measurement-based inspection solutions, proudly announces a new partnership with Lean Stream for technical sales representation across the northern regions of California and Nevada. Established in 2003, Lean Stream is a value-added manufacturer's representative and distributor based in Silicon Valley that provides world-class leadership in electronics assembly solutions to enable a Smart Factory. Effective immediately, Lean Stream adds Koh Young to its focused portfolio including other industry-leading suppliers like Fuji, Heller, Flexlink, and Vayo.

"Every manufacturer today, whether focusing on new product introduction or onshoring higher production volumes, is facing challenges with labor, speed, and efficiency," commented Robert Jones, President of Lean Stream. "Adding Koh Young, the global inspection leader, with their award-winning technical support, innovative technology, and Artificial Intelligence leadership provides our customers with the quality inspection automation needed to make everyone's jobs easier."

“Lean manufacturing is taking a new level of importance with today’s tight electronics manufacturing margins, continued component scarcity, and dire labor shortages. Without question, production yield is more important than ever. In simple terms, the higher the yield, the lower the cost for our customers,” commented Allen Phung, Sales Manager at Koh Young America. “Robert and his team have been delivering manufacturing solutions for a lean world for years. They understand what electronics manufacturers need and now have even more options for their customers to increase production yield. Koh Young is excited for Robert and his team to join Koh Young America.”


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