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RICHARDSON, Texas — ASSET InterTech Inc. has opened its own Boundary-Scan Technology Center in Shanghai, China, which will operate all of the company's technical support and sales activities in Asia. The company also aims to use its Asian offices as a research and development center in the future.
Executives heading the new center include Fred Runco, director of Asian business development; Wee Loon Soh, technical support manager; and Alex Ou, sales manager for China and Taiwan.
"Electronics manufacturers in China and the rest of Asia have made product quality a top priority and they are increasingly considering boundary-scan test as an important way of ensuring the quality of the systems they manufacture," states Alan Sguigna, ASSET's vice president of sales and marketing. "ASSET has always committed significant resources to customer support, and we have been able to develop long-standing relationships with many of our users as a result. We expect to do the same in Asia."