Inovaxe Appoints Yankee Soldering as Its New England Rep


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Inovaxe announces the appointment of Yankee Soldering as its manufacturers’ representative for New England. Based in Rhode Island, Yankee soldering will represent Inovaxe in Rhode Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire.  

Margy Khoshnood, Inovaxe’s VP of Sales, commented, “We are happy to partner with Don and his team, as they have broad and extensive knowledge of our industry, which will help us to penetrate the New England market with our ultra-lean InoAuto Smart cart products.”

Since 1997 Yankee Soldering Technology has been working with its suppliers to help customers stay competitive. “We accomplish this by knowing the capabilities of the products we represent, making sure that we recommend solutions that satisfy the needs of our customers,” commented Don Lockard, Yankee Soldering.

Yankee Soldering will represent Inovaxe’s complete line of material handling and inventory control systems For more information about Yankee Soldering’s products and services, contact Don Lockard at (401) 886-5635 or Paul Rollins at (401) 741-7285, or click here.

For more information about how Inovaxe’s innovative material handling systems and services can improve your inventory accuracy and reduce your labor costs, click here.

About Inovaxe Corp.

Inovaxe Corporation is focused on delivering innovative production and inventory management solutions to the electronics industry. The Company’s product offering includes ambient air Smart and Passive (InoAuto, InoCarts and InoKits) and Moisture Sensitive Device Material Storage Hardware (InoCart MSD), a Supply Chain Management System (InoVision), an inventory/kitting software management tool (InoView), and InoAuto Locator software for locating components.  

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