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ULVAC Techno Offers Equipment Support In Japan And East Asia

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Support services will allow US and European vacuum companies to expand their presence

ULVAC Techno is offering US and European-based vacuum companies a means of expanding their presence in Japan and East Asia, by providing companies customer support, including maintenance of vacuum equipment, parts and supplies.

ULVAC Techno has a long history and experience in installing, repairing and maintaining vacuum-based process equipment and is now actively engaged in business partnerships with US and European-based companies.

Its services include vacuum equipment repair, vacuum equipment relocation, installation, vacuum equipment improvement and modifications, parts sales, parts recycling and cleaning, surface treatment and used equipment sales. In order to efficiently provide these services to customers, there are 27 locations in Japan with 330 service engineers available 24 hours a day.

The company was established in 1979 and is a subsidiary of ULVAC, Inc, with a main office is located Cigasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. The ULVAC Group has 66 offices in 13 countries and regions around the world - focusing on semiconductors, as well as electronic devices, flat panel displays, organic EL displays, solar cells, automobiles, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, food and metal industries.

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