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Scienscope International, a complete inspection solutions provider, announces the addition of Mr. Alberto Cuenca to its management team as General Manager for Latin American sales. Scienscope is a leader in X-ray inspection technology and offers a wide range of products for the electronics, industrial and medical industries. Scienscope launched its X-ray technology in 2000 and has installed hundreds of systems around the globe.
Todd O'Neil, Business Development Manager at Scienscope, commented, “Alberto’s network experience is sure to help us to continue our growth strategies in a very busy and growing Mexico territory. Scienscope has been continually expanding its sales network and Mr. Cuenca is a key person to our future growth.”
Mr. Cuenta has served the electronics manufacturing industry for nearly 20 years. He is bilingual and experienced working in both the U.S. and Mexico and has built long lasting relationships with key accounts. Cuenta is a skilled liaison between manufacturers, factory representatives, distributors’ representatives and customers in demand creation and demand fulfillment of industrial, optics, measurement dimensional and electronics products while providing technical support.
For more information please email Scienscope at email@example.com, call 1-800-216-1800 or visit our website at www.scienscope.com.
About Scienscope International
Scienscope was founded in 1994 to meet the growing need for reliable and affordable general-purpose optical and video inspection solutions for the electronics and PCB industries. The company began with basic stereo zoom microscopes used for SMT inspection and rework of circuit boards and electromechanical assemblies with a commitment to quality, value and support. Over the past 20 years, Scienscope has evolved to become a complete inspection solution provider, offering both offline and inline X-Ray systems, Video coordinate measurement systems, Video inspection systems, and microscopes to meet a wide variety of applications and manufacturing quality requirements.
Zac Elliott, Siemens Digital Industries Software
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Patty Goldman, I-Connect007
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