Training session at AIMCO, Portland (OR)

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Blog post on 26/08/2015

During the last week of July it was held at AIMCO (http://www.aimco-global.com/ ) an advanced level training about the main SCS products required by the American market.

The AIMCO product specialists who participated in the course, in turn, in the month of August have held training sessions about SCS products to the major distributors and sellers of the United States.

The partnership between SCS Concept and AIMCO was born during the exhibition Motek 2014 in Stuttgart (http://www.motek-messe.de/en/motek/ ). The needs, for SCS Concept to expand its distribution in one of the main market as the United States and for AIMCO to have in its portfolio state-of-the-art products for Quality Control, production, data collection and traceability; involved the birth of a strong collaboration with the common goal of satisfying the customers with cutting-edge products and at the same time to confirm and increase the success that SCS Concept and AIMCO are getting worldwide.

AIMCO  ( http://www.aimco-global.com/about-us.aspx)  has been providing Global Assembly Solutions for threaded fastening applications since 1970.

Its global market focus centers on Automotive, Electronics, Aerospace, Energy Services and General Assembly Industries. AIMCO manufacturing division, AcraDyne®, in Portland, produces a complete line of D/C Controlled Tools and custom built multiple spindle systems. Service, repair and calibration labs provide fast turnaround on repairs; additionally, all electronic torque equipment meets NIST (http://www.nist.gov/) standards.

AIMCO’s strategically located sales force and worldwide distribution provide customer support in more than 40 countries.

To know more about AIMCO, watch the following video: Doug Hall, President and CEO in AIMCO, speaks about the company.

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