Microtek standardizes on BP Microsystems programming equipment
Dec 17, 2004
BP Microsystems has announced that Microtek Inc., the leading programming center in Japan, has chosen its programming equipment for a new programming services facility in Isehara, Kanagawa, Japan.
In focusing on IC, Microtek plans and designs parts that are then commissioned for manufacture in separate facilities, thereby working for its customers as a "trading company function + alpha."
Microtek strives to combine technical power with ability for business, planning and proposals that reflect its proven concept of ICPP, which is an acronym for Information, Communication, Proactive and Presence. ICPP is defined as "collecting information via good communication, responding to it in advance, achieving exemplary results, and maintaining the esteem of both customer and supplier."
With more than 130 employees, Microtek already has programmed 6 million devices in 2004 and anticipates 140 percent growth in programming services over last year.
Microtek's new facility, the Atsugi Programming Center, is located in Isehara, Kanagawa, Japan, and the majority of the programming systems in the facility are from BP Microsystems.
"Microtek prides itself of having latest automated programming systems. With 90 percent of our automated programming equipment from BP Microsystems, they have earned this high percentage through their products' performance," said Mr. Hideaki Iwashita, Manager of Device Programming at Microtek.