Gardien Names Cheng De Electronics Technology as Agent in Taiwan


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The Gardien Group has signed a new agency agreement with Cheng De Electronics Technology Co.  to act as its Taiwanese agent in support of the company’s equipment product lines.

Cheng De Electronics was founded in 2014 and primarily focuses on customization of client equipment. Roland Valentini, COO of Gardien Group, said “I am excited at the opportunity of working with Cheng De Electronics Technology as a dedicated agent in Taiwan in order to support our equipment product lines.  The combination of our two companies should deliver some exciting innovations to both our customers and the  marketplace.”

About Gardien

The Gardien Group is the world’s largest provider of independent quality assurance services to the PCB manufacturing industry.  From small batch testing in one of the company’s 25 facilities located throughout Asia, North America and Europe, to fully integrated inspection within a PCB production environment, Gardien’s over 500 employees serve customers supplying the automotive, defence, telecommunications, aerospace, medical, computer and industrial markets worldwide.

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