Viking Test Takes UCE Wet Processing Equipment to USA Through Partner ETI

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PCB service and equipment supplier, Viking Test Ltd, UK introduced UCE wet processing equipment to the UK and European market about 6 years back. Their European customers were extremely satisfied with the machines overall performance and substantial cost advantages. Through the technical support of their team Viking has made it possible for the Chinese manufactured machine to rise to the level of their European competitors. The next step for Viking was to further promote the UCE machine outside of the UK. In 2016, UCE equipment was introduced into the Indian market and this Viking is setting its sights on the US market with the help of their American partner, Equipment Technologies, Inc. (ETI). 

Equipment Technologies Inc. (ETI) has been buying, selling, and rebuilding top-quality used PCB equipment for the last 30 years and are excited to expand their offerings in the US marketing by partnering with Viking Test, Ltd. Our combined teams of expert technicians will now be servicing equipment from the world’s largest wet process manufacturer across the entire US market. Service and parts will be supplied by ETI East (headquartered in Hudson, NH) as well as Viking’s West Coast operation. 

Viking visions for the future is to create steady growth this year by introducing quality machines in USA and taking a role in supporting PCB Industry.



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