Ucamco Expands Direct Presence with Official Subsidiary in North America

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As of April 1, Ucamco has established a subsidiary of Ucamco NV in North America. The subsidiary is presided by Luc Maesen, who has been working with the company since 1988 and was already in charge of Ucamco USA.

“Not much changes for our existing customers, they will continue to reap the benefits of our ongoing partnership. The implementation of an official subsidiary shows Ucamco’s commitment to continue developing our activities in the North American market”, says Luc Maesen.

“The PCB software market in the USA, Canada and Mexico is far from saturated, and there is a lot of territory to be conquered, still. It feels good to know that my partners in Europe feel the same way. The investments being made prove that Ucamco is devoted to the continued expansion of its direct presence in markets outside of Europe.”

Luc Maesen will continue to work from his office in San Francisco, California. 


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