LS Laser appoints Inseto for UK and Nordic regions
Laser systems and equipment for semiconductor, microelectronics and other advanced engineering industries from LS Laser Systems are now available in the UK, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden from Inseto.
The technical distributor of equipment and materials, has been appointed by the German company which produces laser systems for thick- and thin-film circuit trimming as well as laser markers. Available lasers vary in power and wavelength from near infrared (NIR) to far ultraviolet (FUV). Many are controlled by the company’s proprietary LS-MaTriCS software.
Commenting on the agreement, Reinhard Ferstl, CEO at LS Laser Systems, said: “Inseto is representing complementary equipment manufacturers and supplying materials into the sectors we serve. The company is also strong and has an excellent reputation for customer service in the UK and Nordic regions.”
Matt Brown, director of Inseto, added: “We’re delighted to be representing LS Laser Systems through our equipment division, in which we already have manufacturing and test systems from 11 other equipment manufacturers.”
Inseto (UK) was established in 1987 and has been ISO 9001:2015 certified since 2005. It is a technical distributor of equipment and related materials to the semiconductor, microelectronic and advanced technology sectors, as well as supplying adhesives for electronics, automotive and industrial manufacturing.
The company has three divisions. The equipment division provides manufacturing equipment for the microelectronic, photonic, electronic, photovoltaic and semiconductor industries. The consumable division provides assembly materials and machine consumable items for the semiconductor, electronic, microelectronic, photonic MEMS and hybrid assembly industries. The adhesive division provides technically advanced adhesives for bonding, sealing and encapsulation. It exclusively represents DELO Industrial Adhesives in the UK and Ireland.
Inseto’s adhesives application laboratory, demonstration areas for equipment and instrumentation and training rooms are located in a building in Andover, UK.