VJ Electronix Marks 20 Years as the Leader in Rework Technologies


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VJ Electronix, Inc., the leader in rework technologies and global provider of advanced X-ray inspection and component counting systems, announced that the company is celebrating its 20th year in business.

VJ Electronix was founded in 2003 as a new division of VJ Technologies, a leading global provider of X-ray inspection solutions, to focus on the Electronics Manufacturing industry. Since 2003, VJ Electronix has grown into a global leader of X-ray-based Component Counting, X-ray Inspection and Circuit Board Rework systems for the Electronics Manufacturing industry winning industry awards in almost every year since its inception.

“VJ Electronix owes its success to its loyal base of customers, many of whom have been with us since the beginning,” said Mark Clemons, General Manager. “We also would not be in the position we’re in without the dedication of our tenured employees and the many who have joined us in the last couple of years. With this talented and cohesive team, we are well positioned to continue to lead the industry with innovative, value-added products for our customers.” 

VJ Electronix is committed to long term investments in development of new technologies in both X-ray and Rework markets to enable product offerings that are differentiated and offer high value to our customers. These investments combined with expertise from our sister divisions, VJ X-ray (VJX), a market leader in X-ray sources and VJ Technologies (VJT), a leader in industrial X-ray products, positions VJ Electronix in a way that few competitors can match.

As a global company, VJ Electronix markets products in all Electronics Manufacturing segments including high-volume consumer products such as mobile phones, tablets, computers, and gaming systems as well as medical devices, networking, communication, automotive and aerospace through established world-class distributors and manufacturing representatives. We provide full technical and support services for our customers on a worldwide basis.

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