On the heels of the company’s strong sales growth in Ireland in 2022, Altus Group, a leading distributor of capital equipment for electronics assembly, will continue to increase its presence the region when it exhibits at The National Manufacturing and Supply Chain in Dublin from 23-24th May 2023.
In the last two years, Altus has invested in new staff with the expertise and experience to offer unrivalled customer service and pre-sales validation of new processes for the region. Exhibitions are an important part of the company’s growth plan, with The National Manufacturing and Supply Chain an important date in the diary to expand its reach.
Gareth Fenton, Altus Sales Manager Ireland, said: “We are delighted to be back at RDS Simmonscourt and supporting a local show and our local sector. We had an excellent first year as a new team in 2022, with existing and new customers trusting us with significant projects. So we are really pleased to say that 2023 looks like it will be more of the same.
“During the exhibition, we will be presenting cutting-edge technologies that the market is calling out for. It’s a, excellent chance for visitors to get hands on with the latest equipment to assist with electronics manufacturing.
“Together with Michael Ostrykiewicz, Senior Applications Engineer, I will be available to discuss specific projects and show how Altus can support companies with innovative equipment from the world’s leading suppliers.”
Technology taking centre stage at the Altus stand includes the Koh Young Zenith Alpha HS+ 3D AOI inspection platform. Combining the best hardware and 3D algorithm technologies and teamed with artificial intelligence, it delivers the first-class accuracy for any inspection application.
The team will also demonstrate the YJ Link YLM Laser Marker, which helps ensure manufacturers easily meet high production targets. Another machine earmarked to create interest at the exhibition is the Scienscope AXC-800 III Xray component counting unit, designed with smart camera technology and automatic label reading and printing, to offer uses automated and de-skilled abilities to count components in their facility. With an increases global focus on component supply, this solution is proving to be hugely popular in the Irish market already.