Kurtz Ersa Hires Technica to Keep Up With Growing Demand


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Kurtz Ersa North America has hired Technica USA as its newest manufacturers' representative. Technica will represent Ersa in a wide territory, spanning from Northern California, Northern Nevada and Oregon, to Washington, Idaho, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming and Nebraska.

"Technica USA has the geographic footprint that we were looking for. In addition, their Demo & Training Center in San Jose, California allows us to have our soldering equipment readily available for customers in the Silicon Valley," said Ernie Grice, Vice President of Sales for Kurtz Ersa North America.

Frank Medina, president/CEO of Technica, commented, "We are very pleased to have the opportunity to partner with Kurtz Ersa. They are a worldwide leading producer of quality reflow, selective and waver solder equipment. Most importantly, they share our philosophy of bringing value to our customers in many different ways, including through our Demo and Training Center."

Established in 1985, Technica USA continues to provide the highest quality products for the fast-paced, ever-changing electronics marketplace. The company aims to bring together only the industry-leading suppliers that have developed innovative products that will provide manufacturers with a true technological advantage to produce complex electronic products.

Technica USA will represent Ersa’s selective soldering, reflow ovens and wave soldering machines.

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