Europlacer has moved to a new 3,000 sq. ft. facility. The new location has more office space, a dedicated customer training area, as well as a stockroom and dock. In addition to the move, the company has hired three new employees to improve its customer service capabilities at the new facility.
"Our move to Tampa strengthens our ability to provide improved services to our loyal customers in North America. Customer service is our number one priority. As we grow, we are hiring more richly talented and dedicated employees to help our customers outperform their competitors," said John Perrotta, Vice President, Europlacer North America.
Europlacer has been developing machines for electronics assembly since the 1970s and invented the intelligent feeder concept in the 1980s. After acquisition by Blakell Europlacer in 1991, the company moved away from split-axis to the inherently more capable X-Y architecture that underpins the company’s machines today. Europlacer’s policy has been to ensure wherever possible that technology purchased many years ago, especially feeders, remain compatible with the latest equipment. Europlacer designs and manufactures a comprehensive range of highly flexible SMT placement systems for the global electronics industry. For more information, visit Europlacer’s Web site at http://www.europlacer.com.