KIC Welcomes Chua Wei Yu, Systems Engineer


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KIC announces the addition of Chua Wei Yu to their worldwide service and applications team. KIC is the market and technology leader of solutions for profiling and process inspection in reflow soldering, wave soldering and curing. With a highly skilled systems engineer on their team of 30 direct KIC field service/applications engineers worldwide, KIC adds to their best-in-class customer onsite/online support.

As a systems engineer, Chua has been brought on to help deliver robust solutions for integrating KIC’s industry leading RPI and WPI automatic profiling and reflow and wave inspection systems into electronics and semiconductor factories.

KIC is well known for inventing most all the technological innovations for real-time automatic profiling and reflow process inspection. With 40 years in the industry, thousands of customers, and over 25000 installed systems, KIC has one of the largest networks of worldwide direct service and sales support offices (San Diego, Atlanta, Chicago, Guadalajara, Chihuahua, Porto, Rome, Singapore, Suzhou, Shenzhen, Tianjin, Taiwan).

Miles Moreau – General Manager at KIC stated: “With Chua as part of our team we add more expertise in systems integration along with our thermal process expertise. We continue to enhance the support of our customers’ requirements to integrate their KIC solutions into their manufacturing and Smart Factory software and data collection”

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