Torenko Named TOP GUN Rep for 2019 Machine Sales for Hanwha Techwin


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Torenko and Associates, a leading manufacturers’ representative organization specializing in the sales and marketing of premier electronic assembly equipment, production tools, test, repair, inspection, and consumable products, today announced that it was named Top Gun Rep for 2019 machine sales by Hanwha Techwin Automation Americas.

Torenko represents Hanwha Techwin in Mexico, and the southern central U.S. states of Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas. Ron Torenko, president of Torenko and Associates, commented: “We are proud to be on the Hanwha team. Torenko & Associates has been specializing in capital equipment since 1977. This gives our principals the advantage of our people spending 100% of their time on selling equipment and not being diverted to consumables.

Over its 42 years in business Torenko has established strong relationships with its accounts and developed a reputation for being a leader in technology in the area. “Hanwha has listened to the market and has developed the right formula in machine capabilities and software to be one of the leading suppliers in SMT equipment in the world,” added Torenko. “We look forward to new highs and technology advancements with Hanwha. As companies learn what Hanwha has to offer, they want to be on the winning team. This is how we are growing our company.”

Hanwha Techwin provides synergized SMT assembly solutions combined with world-class service and support throughout North America. Solutions include state-of-the-art printing, placement, reflow and board handling technologies to achieve high quality and price-performance without compromising flexibility and growth path on demand. All systems include installation, training, warranty, 24/7 technical phone support, next business day onsite support, next business day shipment of emergency spare parts, and free MMI software upgrades for life on select gear. For more information on Hanwha Techwin, please visit www.hanwhaprecisionmachinery.com/.

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