Insituware LLC Appoints Torenko and Associates


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Insituware LLC, the provider of the first smart insitu measurement solution with integrated machine learning technology, is pleased to announce the appointment of Torenko and Associates as its manufacturers’ representative. Ron Torenko and his team will represent Insituware throughout interior Mexico.

Over its 43 years in business, Torenko and Associates has established strong relationships with its accounts and developed a reputation for being a leader in technology.

Michael Frederickson, Insituware Co-Founder, stated: “Torenko and Associates has a track record and considerable experience in equipment and materials technology that makes them a valuable asset to Insituware’s growth. We are excited to bring Torenko and Associates on board and work toward our common goals of identifying and providing material control solutions for the manufacturing industry. 

Torenko and Associates is headquartered in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex with other locations in the regional USA and Mexico. Sales Engineering personnel are factory trained, process knowledgeable, and have process experts standing by for assistance. For more information, visit www.torenko.com.

Insituware will revolutionize the way we control materials in manufacturing, sense physiological changes in sports, understand materials performance in aviation, and measure critical changes in construction materials. For more information, visit www.insituware.com.

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