EMEA Electro Solutions to Represent Viscom in Spain and Portugal


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EMEA Electro Solutions, headquartered in Barcelona, is taking over Viscom representation in Spain and Portugal. The team from EMEA is the new strong partner on the Iberian peninsula, with 15 years' experience in SMT, THT, microelectronics, ESD products and product finishing. With his long-term experience in the industry and what by now is several years of close cooperation with Viscom, José Luis Pardo, the founder of the company, is a well-known and competent contact partner for customers and other interested persons.

The company is taking on sales of the entire Viscom product range, from SPI and AOI systems, through automatic X-ray inspection, to wire bond inspection and manual X-ray inspection. EMEA is broadly positioned and in addition to the Viscom products offers printers, board handling, pick & place systems, reflow ovens, bonders, SMT material and much more.

José Luis Pardo, CEO of EMEA: "According to our experience, Viscom is the leading supplier of inspection systems. No other distributor has such a strong team, such high-performance systems and such a comprehensive product range. Our customers place high value on the all-around solid consultation during the selection process and also after the purchase, and on the exceptionally good support from Viscom – and we do as well. Therefore I am delighted to continue working together with Viscom."

Torsten Pelzer, Vice President of International Sales at Viscom, confirms: "With EMEA, we guarantee continuity and can carry our excellent and trusting cooperation of the last few years forward. We wish José Luis Pardo all success with his new company as well."

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