ViTrox Appoints MK Technology as New Strategic Channel Partner for South China


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ViTrox Technologies, a provider of automated vision inspection systems and equipment, has appointed MK Technology Co. Ltd as the new strategic channel partner (SCP) for both AOI and AXI systems. MK Technology has been appointed as SCP in January 2015 for AXI systems, and extended to AOI systems starting from July 2016.

Established in 2010, MK Technology distributes imported electronic equipment in China. Electronic devices represented by MK Technology are widely used in mobile phone production, automotive electronics, table computers, digital cameras and many other industries.

MK Technology is the first SCP appointed by ViTrox for South China. The company is authorized to distribute ViTrox's automated board inspection products such as SPI, AOI and AXI.

"We are pleased to have a newly added strategic channel partner as China is huge market with vast potential for inspection system. We believe that MK Technology can help us expand our market share and establish the market stand in South China. We are looking forward to work hand-in-hand with MK Technology to grow the sales in China in the coming years," said Wee Kah Khim, ViTrox's senior vice president and general manager.

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