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Smart Sonic Stencil Cleaning Systems announced the appointment of GRSYS Services as its manufacturers' representative in Brazil. GRSYS Services is a leading service, parts and equipment supplier and offers quality solutions and services to the electronics industry. The team has a combined 15 years of marketing know-how with experience in equipment maintenance, service, process applications and sales. GRSYS strives to be recognized as a company that provides solutions and services with quality, efficiency and agility while offering its customers competitive pricing.
GRSYS Services will represent Smart Sonic’s Stencil & Pallet Cleaning Equipment and 440-R SMT Detergent, the only stencil cleaning process to be verified for specific parameters of environmental safety, user safety and cleaning efficiency by the U.S. EPA’s Environmental Technology Verification Program.
For more information about GRSYS' products and services, contact Giovanni Cintra Pereira or Rogerio Marques at +55 15 3329 3940 or visit www.grsys.com.br.
For more information visit: www.SmartSonic.com.
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