Seco/Vacuum Technologies LLC formed to serve North American market

January 16, 2017

Seco/Vacuum Technologies LLC formed to serve North American market

The Vector vacuum heat-treat furnaces with high-pressure gas quench being sold in North America by SECO/Vacuum Technologies

Seco/Warwick has announced the creation of Seco/Vacuum Technologies LLC (SVT), a new company designed to provide standard and custom vacuum furnaces and related professional services to the North America market.

With nearly 400 vacuum furnaces installed in North America alone, Seco/Warwick is already a well-established vacuum furnace brand. Through the creation of a company dedicated to the unique requirements of its North American customers, Seco/Vacuum Technologies aims to improve delivery of the furnace technology and configure it for seamless compatibility to American standard components and controls.

“Seco/Vacuum Technologies is positioned to deliver improved products and services to established customers and new companies as well, by adapting some of Seco/Warwick’s core products and capabilities for better compatibility with North American expectations,” stated SVT’s Managing Director, Piotr Zawistowski.

“In addition to providing the world’s best technology, our key to this strategy will be to compete aggressively on both price and delivery. For example, our Value Incentive Program, or VIP for short, is a platform that offers several standard Vector® furnace models configured for fast delivery to US customers,” added Zawistowski.

www.secovacusa.com

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