Technica to Host Annual Technology Forum Event


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Technica USA announced that the company will be sponsoring the Second Annual Technology Forum Event. The event will be held in San Jose California on July 22nd and 23rd.

Jason Perry, Director of Sales commented, we are excited to host our Annual Technology Forum Event. This year we are co-hosting this event with ASM-Assembly Systems. The title of the event is “Designing a High Yield SMT Process”. We co-hosted our first Technology Forum Event with Rehm Thermal System’s last year and received positive response from our customers. We purposely hold this event on two separate days to make it more convenient for our customers in scheduling their staff’s attendance. The technical session will be held at the Club Auto Sport Event Center at 521 Charcot Ave, San Jose, CA 95131 and the afternoon Demonstrations will be held just 2 minutes away at Technica’s Demonstration and Training Center located at 2431 Zanker Road, San Jose CA 95131.

Frank Medina, President & CEO of Technica USA stated,  “We believe our responsibility as a supplier in an ever-changing industry is to provide educational opportunities to our customers as it relates technology trends and events. With the assistance of ASM-Siplace, ASM-DEK, Koh Young, Rehm Thermal Systems and Heraeus, we have established an excellent agenda on relative subjects and have organized a speaker panel consisting of technical experts in their respective fields. Our customers will have the opportunity to hear from these specialists and get their feedback on concerns that may be evident in their own process. It is an excellent opportunity for everyone involved”.

Perry continued, “we are excited about our event and invite customers to contact us to reserve their spot. They can do so by contacting us through our web site RSVP page at technica.com. A Technica representative will follow up your inquiry and provide more details on the event. ”

About Technica, USA

Technica, USA provides the highest quality equipment and process materials, manufactured worldwide, for the printed circuit board fabrication and assembly markets as well as the microelectronic, photovoltaic and printed electronics markets. For more information on Technica, USA, please contact Frank Medina at 1-408-240-5950 or visit www.technica.com.

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