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Seica SpA celebrates the opening of a new manufacturing department
STRAMBINO, ITALY - On Friday 11 April the new manufacturing department, Seica Custom Manufacturing, born to implement custom-specific products, was officially inaugurated. The products are ancillary and/or complementary to the testers for electronics, the company core business.

Antonio Grassino, President of Seica, stated: “we are delighted to inaugurate this new manufacturing department, which adds relevant skills and know-how in the company, related to mechanical parts and specialized wirings manufacturing supporting the development of turnkey custom service offered to our customers”.

The new department has a work force of  more than a dozen people, and stretches over a 500 sq. m. manufacturing area, split between a fully-equipped engineering workshop with state-of-the-art machinery and wiring lab.

Barbara Duvall, General Manager of Seica, states:  “the new department represents another achievement in a medium-to-long term strategic plan of development. In January this year, we also enhanced our activity in sales distribution of equipments for electronics manufacturing, signing a new and relevant partnership with Vitronics Soltec, a multinational company specialized in electronic boards soldering.

The new in-house capabilities as well as the commercial diversification, are complementary to our main commitment in research and technological innovation through experimentation, investment and recruitment of qualified youth, in direct partnership with educational training centers and University.”

About Seica:Seica S.p.A, founded in 1986, is a global supplier of automatic test equipment and selective soldering systems, with an installed base of more than 1600 systems on four different continents.  Seica offers completely automated, laser-based selective soldering solutions, as well as a complete line of test solutions, which include bed of nails and flying probe testers; these have the ability to perform manufacturing defect analysis, in-circuit tests, functional tests and optical tests of loaded boards, second and third level electronic modules and printed circuit boards. Seica S.p.A corporate headquarters is located in Italy, with offices in France, Germany, USA, and China, along with a worldwide distribution network.

 

For more information: www.seica.com

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