Insituware LLC Expands Support into the Rocky Mountain Region


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Insituware LLC, the provider of the first smart insitu measurement solution with integrated machine learning technology, is pleased to announce the appointment of Technical Marketing Company (TMC) as its manufacturers’ representative. Chris Dodd, President and principal owner, and the TMC team will represent the Insituware technology throughout the Rocky Mountain region.

Michael Frederickson, Insituware Co-Founder, says, “TMC provides an in-depth understanding of manufacturing materials and equipment that is highly synergistic with Insituware’s Vision product family. We admire TMC’s diverse and extensive experience in electronics manufacturing and we look forward to having them be part of the Insituware team.”

Located in Colorado, Technical Marketing Company has been providing solutions for assembly manufacturing for more than 20 years. The company represents only the highest quality lines to provide the best equipment and service for its customers. For more information about Technical Marketing Company’s products and services, call (303) 816-9325 or visit www.techmarketingco.com.

Insituware will revolutionize the way we control materials in manufacturing, sense physiological changes in sports, understand materials performance in aviation, and measure critical changes in construction materials. For more information, visit www.insituware.com.

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