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Business news www.us- tech.com June, 2019


Duluth, GA — Koh Young America (KYA) held its official grand opening ceremony and gala at its new sales and support office at Plaza Concentro in Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico. “Our new


Koh Young America Opens Mexico Office


machine and process demonstrations, customer training and technical sup- port,” commented Ramon Hernandez, country manager for Mexico and South America, KYA Mexico.


HARTING to Work With TE Connectivity


administration, sales, training, serv- ice, and technical support. With its dedicated areas for demonstrations and training, the new facility provides a technological showcase for KYA Mexico and its array of solutions. The event was celebrated dur-


ing a cocktail reception with musi- cians and unique culinary stations. KYA Mexico proudly unveiled its new sales and service office to well over 50 guests, representing some of the most prestigious electronics man- ufacturers in the region. “This investment reinforces our


growing presence in Mexico and so- lidifies our presence in North Ameri- ca, while providing the means to sup- port our continuous growth,” said Juan Arango, managing director of Koh Young America. “This is more than an office. It is a milestone in our history and a realization of our value to deliver outstanding customer serv-


ice and support.” Contact: Koh Young America,


Koh Young America executives inaugurate the company’s new Mexico office with a ribbon cutting ceremony.


office represents a significant regional investment to bolster our local pres- ence with best-in-class facilities for


The office is the regional head-


quarters for a growing team of over 20 current regional employees including


Inc., 1950 Evergreen Boulevard, Suite 200, Duluth, GA 30096 % 470-374-9254 Fax: 470-374-9255 E-mail: america@kohyoung.com Web: www.kohyoung.com r


Yamaha Opens New IM Division Headquarters in Georgia


Marietta, GA — Yamaha Motor Cor- poration USA’s Intelligent Machin- ery (IM) division has opened a new sales, training and demo facility in Marietta, Georgia. Having outgrown the previous


facility in Kennesaw, the new site is a complete replacement of the previ- ous headquarters. It offers the ability to double the number of employees,


tors, inline 3D X-ray, storage towers, industrial robots, and our three brands of mounters: iPulse, YSM and SIGMA series machines, covering all speeds and complexity of production. Yamaha is the only SMT vendor with a full line solution.” In addition to adding factory au-


tomated material delivery systems, connected factory tools, computer-


inventory and storage area by over 50 percent to accommodate our addi- tional machines, as well as to provide direct support for our many new di- rect and corporate accounts.” In the past year, the company


has increased direct headcount by more than 20 percent and added three new distinct product lines to its portfolio. With a dedicated team of


On IIoT Elgin, IL — HARTING is now collabo- rating with TE Connectivity to pro- mote single-pair Ethernet (SPE) as the de facto infrastructure solution to enable the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). SPE allows for a single, open, scalable Ethernet-based net- work within an automation system. There are several SPE standards


in IEEE 802.3 that cover wired Eth- ernet technology for LANs and WANs. The latest, 802.3cg 10Base- T1, for distances up to 0.6 mi (1 km), will be released this year. HARTING und TE Connectivity


are inviting companies to partner up to drive single-pair Ethernet as the in- frastructure solution for the fast-grow- ing IIoT market. “Single Pair Ethernet is the technology on which we will build the road to the future success of the IIoT,” says Eric Leijtens, global product manager industrial communi- cation, TE Connectivity. “With the new interconnection


standard IEC 63171-6, we have an outstanding opportunity to reap the full potential of the Industrial Inter- net of Things,” says Frank Welzel, di- rector global product management,


HARTING Electronics. Contact: HARTING North


America, 1370 Bowes Road, Elgin, IL 60123 % 847-717-9217 E-mail: christina.chatfield@harting.com Web: www.harting-usa.com r


service engineers, applications engi- neers, technical support personnel, and sales people, the IM team now


has room to grow even further. Contact: Yamaha Motor Corpo-


ration, 3065 Chastain Meadows Parkway NW, Suite 100, Marietta, GA 30066 % 619-276-4393 E-mail: george_babka@yamaha-motor.com Web: www.yamaha-motor.com r


Horizon Sales Holds PARMI “Tech Days” at Demo Site


Yamaha’s IM team celebrates the opening of its new U.S. headquarters.


while increasing the available space for equipment, service and support operations. In making the announcement,


Tom Simpson, operations manager said, “This expansion was necessary to support our increased machine lineup, which includes stencil print- ers, solder paste inspectors, dis- pensers, automatic optical inspec-


controlled component storage and a full line of industrial robots to Yama- ha’s already extensive lineup, it was imperative that Yamaha expand its IM operations in the U.S. Tom went on to say, “We have doubled our of- fice capability, and increased our showroom and training/refurbish- ment area by 80 percent. Additional- ly, we have increased our spare parts


Howell, MI — Horizon Sales, a Mid- west source for electronics assembly and soldering equipment and sup- plies, has opened a new demo room and warehouse in Brighton, Michi- gan, to show some of the latest equip- ment from its suppliers. The compa- ny recently held PARMI “Tech Days” events at the new demo room. The PARMI SigmaX SPI inspec-


tion machine and the PARMI Xceed AOI inspection machine were both dis- played during the event. Over the course of the three days, 12 companies attended and received hands-on demos from the PARMI application engineers and technical staff. These attendees were given the opportunity to have all their technical questions answered and see the machines in action.


PARMI senior sales manage-


ment also was onsite during the event. Lunch and refreshments were served daily and attendees were lin- ing up for the chance to view these high-performance, laser-based in- spection systems. Both of these machines will be


on display at the Brighton location for the next few months, as Horizon has had several more companies re- quest appointments to see the equip- ment. The new warehouse also func- tions as a stocking location for Hori-


zon Sales’ supply business. Contact: Horizon Sales, 3691


Honors Way, Howell, MI 48843 % 800-234-8688 E-mail: dtrail@horizonsales.com Web: www.horizonsales.com r


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