HOUSTON, TX–May 10, 2017–BPM Microsystems announces a new representation agreement with InterLatin of Guadalajara, Mexico.
The agreement puts in place an extensive network of highly qualified sales and service engineers throughout Mexico. With offices in more than ten cities, InterLatin has a strategic footprint to provide local support to electronics manufacturing facilities across the region. InterLatin has a well-established reputation for providing first in class support to the electronics manufacturing industry in Mexico. The agreement also establishes a local spare parts warehouse with the logistics support to provide customers with fast shipment of the spare parts they need to maintain their production operations.
“The InterLatin partnership is a key part of our strategy to provide customers with unparalleled support,” remarked Armando Garcia, International Sales Manager of BPM Microsystems. “Our current customers will see immediate benefits as a result of this new partnership with InterLatin. With local support and regional spare parts, our service response time will be the measure of our success. We are excited to have a partner like InterLatin that truly understands great service is the key to future sales. We are mutually focused on the goal of providing the best service in the industry.”
As part of the new partnership, plans are in place for a new demo facility in Mexico where customers can see the latest BPM Microsystems products. The new demo facility will provide customers the opportunity to see real world demonstrations of both manual and automated programming systems. Local training classes will also be planned to provide customers with the opportunity to train their operators and technicians outside of the production environment.
About BPM Microsystems
BPM Microsystems (www.bpmmicro.com) is a global provider of device programming systems, test and measurement systems, factory integration software and solutions for the semiconductor and electronics industries. Founded in 1985, BPM serves more than 2,000 programming centers, original equipment manufacturers, contract manufacturers and semiconductor manufacturers in over 42 countries.