Nistec completes a comprehensive procurement journey of approximately 18 Million NIS.
The Nistec Group completes a comprehensive procurement journey comprising technological production equipment amounting to a sum of approximately 18 Million NIS in the last two years.
The Company has announced an additional acquisition of three SMT (Surface Mount Technology) Component Placement Machines manufactured by Samsung (among them Chip Shooters), an innovative Printer manufactured by DEK (England) and an additional Reflow (Soldering) Oven manufactured by Heller (USA).
The Nistec Group carried out an additional investment in technological production equipment designated for its assembly Plants in Northern Israel. As part of the procurement process, Nistec acquired three advanced SMT Placement Machines manufactured by Samsung (two of them being Chip Shooters), an innovative Printer manufactured by DEK (England) and an additional Reflow (Soldering) Oven manufactured by Heller (USA). All of these machines are technologically advanced and they are also equipped with smart feeders which enable the assembly of extremely tiny electronic components with a precision of ±50µ. The machines will be installed and become fully operational by the end of 2018 in the production lines located at Nistec’s Production Plants in Northern Israel: Nistec North in Ma’alot and Nistec Golan in Katzrin.
This acquisition completes a very extensive procurement journey that was carried out by the Group during the last two years, intended for its three sites in Israel: in Petah-Tikva, Ma’alot and Katzrin, amounting to a total sum of approximately 18 Million NIS. The equipment that was acquired includes a total of 23 machines whose roles are: component placement, PCB evaluation and examination, solder paste printing, selective soldering, reflow (soldering) ovens as well as additional advanced technological equipment.
“As a unique technological Group, we are committed to be at the forefront of technology within the field of electronic production, with the aim of providing our customers with technological solutions at the highest levels”, stated Yitzhak Nissan, CEO of the Nistec Group, “and as far as we are concerned, this is not the end. We shall continue to upgrade the capabilities of our Production Plants in order to support our customers and assist them in supplying their products to their own customers worldwide, at the highest quality and the required swiftness”.