Ersa sells first machine to Iran


The electronics production team of MAPNA and Ersa service engineer Gunnar Sander (l.)
The electronics production team of MAPNA and Ersa service engineer Gunnar Sander (l.)
  
 

Ersa Links:

SMARTFLOW 2020

HOTFLOW 3/14

 

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Wertheim/Tehran, 31 July 2017

Iran is gradually opening its markets for international business since the end of the western sanctions. Systems supplier Ersa now sold its first selective soldering system – a SMARTFLOW 2020 – to MAPNA, a leading Iranian industrial group offering a wide range of products, which is located in the Iranian capital of Tehran.

 

Ersa has had good business relationships with Iran for more than 25 years: Numerous customers have been using Ersa soldering stations and rework systems. Furthermore several VERSAPRINT stencil printers as well as significant number of selective and wave soldering systems operate in the country; and several HOTFLOW 3/14 reflow soldering ovens prove their capability every day.

Ersa service engineer Gunnar Sander found ideal conditions for the machine installation and he was very impressed by the openness and hospitality he experienced at MAPNA’s. Meanwhile, the machine is in full operation further increasing both productivity and quality at MAPNA.