Vexos Enhances Capabilities at Ontario Facility


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Vexos, a full service global provider for electronic manufacturing and material services, has expanded the test capacity and capabilities at its Markham, Ontario facility with the addition of a Spea 4060 Flying Probe to its suite of test equipment.

The Spea 4060 complements the existing Flying Probe capacity and enhances available test services.

About Vexos

Vexos is a full service, high-mix, low- to mid-volume electronics manufacturer and material services provider with a proven track record of supplying state-of-the-art, quality solutions to a diverse group of original equipment manufacturers primarily in the industrial, communications, lighting, medical device, automotive, display technology, and security markets. With manufacturing locations in the US, Canada and Asia, Vexos' global infrastructure and innovative solutions provides the flexibility from sourcing materials to producing PCBA sub-assemblies and final assembly including testing, finished device, and delivery to end customer.

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