ATEQ Corp., manufacturer of leak and flow testers, and Acro Engineering, experts in equipment and process validation, industrial automation and design of medical equipment, have announced their strategic business partnership. Acro Engineering is based in Alajuela, Costa Rica and will allow ATEQ to expand its reach to manufacturers in Central America.
“There is a huge medical market that requires leak testing in Costa Rica. Although ATEQ has dozens of subsidiaries around the world, including several throughout USA, Mexico and South America, our presence in Central America was lacking so we are greatly looking forward to this partnership” said Davy Leboucher, ATEQ CEO.
Since 1975, ATEQ has been supplying leak and flow testing instruments to manufacturers to quality test the components they produce. Acro is comprised of professionals specializing in mechanical engineering, electronics, automation, industrial maintenance and medical device manufacturing making it a seamless partner choice for ATEQ as it expands its global presence.
“Working with many medical device manufacturers who produce vital products with stringent testing specifications, it will be very beneficial to be able to offer reliable leak and flow testers that can quickly test for potentially dangerous manufacturing defects” said Marco Rojas Bermudez, Acro Site Manager and Co-Founder.
“We are very excited and glad to be part of the ATEQ’s family which comes to add a portfolio of high technology products for leak testing applications” said Eduardo Bonilla Varela, Acro Engineering Manager and Co-Founder.
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