Hawker Richardson awarded by Yamaha for sales efforts

Hawker Richardson

Wednesday, 22 January, 2020

Hawker Richardson awarded by Yamaha for sales efforts

Industrial assembly supplier Hawker Richardson has been awarded by Yamaha for exceeding its sales targets for 2019.

Yamaha and Hawker Richardson’s relationship have been helping businesses improve their production of electronic assemblies since 1987. In that time, Hawker Richardson has seen a lot of changes in the technology and solutions this delivers — from the first Yamaha surface mounter, the YM4600S, to the high-specification systems on the market today.

For example, the upcoming YRM20 surface mounter delivers a combination of high speed coupled with flexibility. This is drawn from the high specification of the next-generation, multipurpose rotary head and Yamaha’s ZS high-speed feeder for optimum accuracy and throughput.

Supplying in excess of 20 systems last year, including surface mounters, printers and AOI solutions, Hawker Richardson is well acquainted with the challenges customers in Australia and New Zealand face.

“We are proud to be awarded for our sales efforts here in Australia,” said Jim Challenger, General Manager at Hawker Richardson. “We have been working with businesses in Australia and New Zealand for over three decades in electronics and we never stop trying to find the best solution for our customers.

“Each customer has their unique set of challenges and we think it’s imperative that we don’t stop at providing them with a solution. We strive to meet their requirements for the long term, so that we support them with technical assistance and maintenance, ensuring any downtime is minimal wherever they’re located.”

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