TRIOPTICS USA Signs SMarTsol Technologies as Distributor in Mexico and Central America
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA – TRIOPTICS USA, a leading manufacturer of optical test and production equipment for the optical industry, has appointed SMarTsol Technologies S. de R.L.de C.V. of Mexico to be a Mexican-based representative of TRIOPTICS products. The move is expected to expand the sales and use of TRIOPTICS optical metrology products across a wide array of industrial and manufacturing companies throughout Mexico and Central America.
TRIOPTICS provides test and manufacturing equipment for applications involving optics manufacturing, active camera alignment, AR/VR, IOLs, endoscopes, consumer electronics, cinematography, sports optics, and more. TRIOPTICS USA Sales Director Joel Murphy, noted that TRIOPTICS is a solution provider, supporting customers from R&D through to manufacturing. “We are very excited to be partnering with SMarTsol in Mexico,” Murphy noted. He added, “They are known as a leader in the high tech industries in Mexico, with a well-established and experienced sales team already in the region.”
SMarTsol Technologies was founded in 2012 to provide high technology products, training, services and solutions to leading industries, such as electronics, telecommunications and automotive manufacturers across all of Mexico. The company is based in Guadalajara, and has demonstration and training facilities in that city, as well as in Ciudad Juarez and Queretaro.
Iván Romo, General Manager of SMarTsol commented, “This partnership between TRIOPTICS and SMarTsol is coming to the market at the right time. The market has the need, we have the local presence, TRIOPTICS has the technology and product capabilities.” He added, “We see this alliance with TRIOPTICS as an opportunity to bring benefits to not only the high-technology industries in Mexico and Central America, but also to consumers around the world using these products made in these regions.”
This agreement grants SMarTsol exclusive TRIOPTICS distribution to industrial and manufacturing industries in Mexico and Central America. The distribution agreement will take effect in July of 2020.