Rehm Opens Moscow Branch


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Rehm Thermal Systems is expanding its operations in Russia in order to offer customers comprehensive product consultation and rapid service locally, while taking the best advantage of new potential in the market. The specialist in thermal system solutions for the electronics and solar industry opened its own branch in Moscow in December 2015. Before that, a distributor was responsible for looking after its Russian customers.

The new branch in Russia means that Rehm can respond even faster to individual customer wishes and current development trends. Mikhail Kuzhelev will be responsible in Moscow for supporting and consulting with Rehm customers on site. Thanks to his expertise, he is available for all sales queries and for details concerning process and facility technology.

For the past few years, Kuzhelev was a senior process engineer at a Russian electronics service provider, which offers global customers solutions for manufacturing and testing memory modules, microprocessors and other electronic components. He was involved in the enhancement of manufacturing technologies and strategic fault management. Kuzhelev was also an expert contact partner in the area of reflow soldering, assisting them with troubleshooting, and in doing so gaining valuable experience in avoiding soldering errors. He will now be applying this know-how gainfully for Rehm customers in Russia.

"Progress means both development and change. The electro-industry constantly demands new solutions with a high level of innovation. Rehm has the international electronics market very precisely in its sights and is at the cutting edge with its comprehensive product portfolio. I'm especially looking forward to personally consulting with our Russian customers on the latest soldering and coating technology and assisting them as Rehm's direct contact partner," Kuzhelev comments.

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