Hisco Partners with Alpha Assembly Solutions on New Soldering Webinar Series


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Hisco, an employee-owned, specialty distribution company serving principally the electronics, aerospace, defense and medical device markets, has partnered with Alpha Assembly Solutions, the industry leader in the production of electronic soldering and bonding materials, for a series of free soldering webinars. The first-ofits-kind series consists of five, different, live webinars led by Alpha experts. Participants may choose to attend any or all webinars, which will take place during July and August, with a choice of two dates per topic.

“Our goal is to bring expert advice to the table, so our customers can apply it to their circuit boards,” said Jack Moore, Hisco senior vice president of sales. “A collaboration of this nature prepares them for today’s challenges as well as tomorrow’s.”
Alpha Assembly Solutions’ webinars include:

- Ask the Experts: Why Reliability Is Paramount (July 11 and August 1, 2pm ET)

- Say Goodbye to Wave Soldering with Solder Preforms (July 12 and August 2, 2pm ET)

- Get Ahead: The Road to ADAS Technology (July 13 and August 3, 2pm ET)

- Troubleshooting SMT and Wave Soldering Processes (July 14 and August 4, 2pm ET)

- LED Spotlight: ALPHA® Lumet™ Product Portfolio (July 15 and August 5, 2pm ET)

For more information or to register here.

For more than 40 years, Hisco has delivered value to customers through quality products, process solutions and local inventory. Today, the international branch network includes 34 stocking locations in three countries: the United States, HiscoMex in Mexico and HiscoCan in Canada. Hisco’s Precision Converting facilities provide value-added fabrication, and its Adhesive Materials Group provides an array of custom repackaging solutions. Hisco offers vendor-managed inventory programs and specialized warehousing and logistics services.

About Alpha Assembly Solutions

As the world leader in electronic assembly materials, Alpha Assembly Solutions has a long history of product and process excellence. With the largest R&D manufacturing capacities in the industry, its global presence allows the company to bring customized and proactive solutions directly to electronics manufacturers.

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