SAKI America to Exhibit at IPC APEX 2016 Booth 1860


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SAKI.jpgSAKI America, an innovator in the field of automated optical inspection equipment, announces that it has selected Creyr Innovation, LLC as its representative in Rhode Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, and New York (except the five boroughs of metropolitan NY and Long Island). Creyr will provide sales support for Saki's complete line of 2D and 3D automated optical, solder paste, and x-ray inspection systems.

"We are extremely excited to add Saki's products and services to our portfolio," said Jim McLenaghan, President of Creyr Innovation. "We pride ourselves on the outstanding companies that we represent and are pleased to include a pioneer in the innovation of 2D and 3D inspection as one of them."

"Creyr represents global companies that are known for their applications expertise, technical support, and engineering capabilities. We make sure they have the capabilities to support specific customer requirements so we can ensure that our customers receive the most appropriate and cost effective solutions," said Susan Munyon, Senior Sales Engineer. "We know that Saki technology, products, and support will fit the needs of our customers."

"Creyr Innovation has been supporting manufacturers and developers of electronic assemblies, semiconductor packages, and complementary products since 2003," said Satoshi Otake, General Manager of SAKI America, Inc. "Creyr combines best-in-class products and services with local accessibility and extensive process and industry knowledge. The company's New England customer base includes medical, aerospace, aeronautics, defense, power conversion, sensors, technology research organizations, and contract manufacturers. We are pleased that they agreed to serve as our representatives."

SAKI America will be demonstrating its new 3D inspection systems in Booth 1860 at IPC APEX in the Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV from March 15-17, 2016.

About Saki Corporation

Since its inception in 1994, Saki has led the way in the development of automatic recognition through robotic vision technology, applying ground-breaking image processing tools to solve inspection problems associated with printed circuit board assembly. Saki Corporation has headquarters in Tokyo, Japan with offices and sales and support centers around the world. Saki has Quality Management System JIS Q 9001:2008 and ISO 9001:2008 certifications.

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