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Seika Launches Updated Website


Torrance, CA — Seika Machinery has launched its updated website, which can be found at www.seikausa.com. The site has been redesigned and opti- mized to be more user-friendly. The site serves as a resource for Seika’s machinery and the industries that it serves, as well as the company’s global network. The site’s perform- ance has been increased for both mobile and desktop. The electronics assembly and general industries pages have been updated to include Seika’s newest product offer- ings. In addition, the compa- ny’s latest industry videos, news and articles are now available on the homepage. Seika Machinery is committed


ment in the upcoming months. As a multinational trading com-


pany, Seika procures proven and suc- cessful global supplier equipment and materials with full sales and


July, 2020


Seika Machinery’s new website (www.seikausa.com).


to providing high-quality, competi- tively priced SMT, quality assurance and automatic test equipment, and green technology solutions to cus- tomers in Japan and other valued resource locations. The site’s new business section under general industries will highlight new equip-


technical support provided by its team based in its Los Angeles, San Francisco and Atlanta offices, and extensive network of strategic part- ners worldwide. Contact: Seika Machinery, Inc.,


3528 Torrance Boulevard, Suite 100, Torrance, CA 90503 % 310-540-7310 E-mail: info@seikausa.com Web: www.seikausa.com


Clean Fiber Optic Networks... Continued from page 57


nologies, transform their manufac- turing processes and improve their operational efficiencies. By imple- menting modern cleaning and in - specting processes,


installers will help to ensure that the 5G networks can meet expanding speed and data demands. When choosing fiber optic clean- ing fluids, tools and methods, net-


fiber optic


work installers should seek the help of an experienced supplier that spe- cializes in fiber cleaning to advise them on which cleaning fluids, tools and methods will work best for their 5G fiber networks. Contact: MicroCare Corp., 595


John Downey Drive, New Britain, CT 06051 % 1-860-827-0626 E-mail: info@microcare.com Web: www.microcare.com r


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