Pluritec Adds IEC Canada to Sales/Service Team


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Pluritec and subsidiaries (IS/powered by Occleppo and EcoSpray) are proud to announce the addition of IEC – Canada to their sales and service team. IEC comes with over 53 years of sales and service experience with the Canadian territories. Pluritec’s recent expansion of IS/Occleppo wet process equipment line combined with IEC’s extensive consumables knowledge, service and business acumen will ensure customers will be well supported.   

IEC, working closely with the Pluritec team, will provide both sales and onsite service/support to the Ontario/Montreal regions of Canada.

IEC President Shawn Stone commented, “We are thrilled to be working with Pluritec and their sister companies, IS/Occlepo and ecospray. Their technology offering is leading edge and will go a long way in helping our customers meet technology, automation and labor reduction requirements. Our local team will ensure our clients receive cutting edge equipment, along with world class maintenance and support.”

About Pluritec 

Pluritec s.r.l, including IS/powered by Occleppo and EcoSpray, has provided world wide solutions to the printed circuit and chemical milling industries for 50+ years. Pluritec North America is located in Bohemia, NY, where the company operates a spare parts warehouse and general administration as well as both service and sales offices. In addition to New York, Pluritec has service staff stationed in San Jose and Anaheim, California, along with Midwest and Canadian support in order to best serve their customers throughout North America.

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