DEK Expands Relationship with Scanditron

(Nanowerk News) DEK today announced that it has expanded its successful relationship with Scanditron to now also include representation in Finland. The top electronics representative has an excellent track record with DEK, having been responsible for sales and technical support of DEK print platforms for over 30 years.
"We are delighted to be able to bring our customers in Finland the exceptional level of technical capability and support that Scanditron provides," comments Karen Moore-Watts, Global Marketing Director for DEK. "With nearly three decades of DEK expertise as a foundation, Scanditron is well-positioned to deliver the sales and technical service knowledge DEK customers expect."
Headquartered in Sweden, Scanditron serves electronics manufacturing firms throughout the Nordic and Baltic countries, as well as Poland. With a staff well-versed in electronics production solutions, Scanditron provides superior technical service, training, process support and application assistance.
"Scanditron's proven history with DEK is further evidence of its alignment with our 'Expect More' philosophy," concludes Moore-Watts. "We know DEK customers in Finland will benefit from Scanditron's know-how and professionalism, just as customers in Sweden, Denmark, Poland, Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia have for many years."
To find out more about DEK's print process solutions, visit Information regarding Scanditron can be obtained by logging onto
About DEK
DEK is a global provider of advanced materials deposition technologies and support solutions including printing equipment platforms, stencils, precision screens and mass imaging processes used across a wide range of applications in electronics pre-placement subassembly, semiconductor wafer manufacture, and alternative energy component production. For more information, visit DEK at
Source: DEK (press release)
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