AAC Member Opens New Branch.
Thursday, May 19, 2016
American Plating Power, LLC. is pleased to announce the opening of a new office in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico; effective June 2016. The new office, American Plating Power Mexico, will allow for American Plating Power to further provide their first-class sales and service to new and existing customers, including distributors and sales representatives, throughout Latin America.
As a leader in industrial power supplies providing global knowledge and development experience for more than a decade the American Plating Power Mexico office will allow them to vastly expand our operational capabilities in Latin America. An inventory of new equipment and spare parts will be available from our new location, along with technical services; such as rectifier repair, calibration, preventative maintenance, ripple verification, start-up assistance of new equipment and customer assistance in product selection.
Mr. Enrique Valentin has accepted the position of Latin America Sales Manager and will be based in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Mr. Valentin has been employed with American Plating Power for the past 6 years as an Application Engineer and Sr. Technician for Latin America. This combined with 6 years' experience as a Technical Trainer and Technical Support for Emerson Control Techniques gives him not only a unique grasp of modern DC power supply technology, but the ability to engage with customers and engineers in creating specialized solutions in the Electro-Chemical Industry. He currently serves as a volunteer on the Expo Committee for the AMAS SFM.
ABOUT AMERICAN PLATING POWER
American Plating Power’s North American headquarters are located in Fort Meyers, Fla. The company is recognized around the world as the premier designer and manufacturer of industrial power supplies. American Plating Power provides power supplies globally to electro-chemical industries. Products include state-of-the-art power supplies for general metal finishing industries, including the automotive, aerospace and the printed circuit board markets. Models include DC, pulse and pulse reverse rectifiers utilizing switched mode, thyristor, tap switch and variable transformer technology. For more information visit americanplatingpower.com.