Multitest expands spare parts center for pogo pin test contactors

(July 7, 2010) – Multitest expanded the portfolio of its Singapore spare parts distribution center for pogo pin-based test contactors. With this step, all major spare parts for semiconductor package test handlers and contactors are now available for fast delivery to Asian package test sites.

The regional distribution center is a part of Multitest’s S3 program: Superior Spares Support. Together, with the recently launched e.services (an online spare part information and planning tool), the Singaporean distribution center significantly contributes to the smooth supply of spare parts.

All Asian customers will automatically benefit from this regional approach. By registering for e.services, customers will receive all of the benefits of Multitest’s S3 program.

Multitest is a manufacturer of test equipment for semiconductors: test handlers, contactors, and ATE printed circuit boards. For more information about Multitest’s eServices, visit www.multitest.com/e.services

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