The company will open very soon a new branch office in Bengaluru

Bengaluru, 21st January 2021 – Mr. Roberto Gatti, CEO and Chairman of the Swiss Company Delvitech, will be visiting the Indian customers during the end of January.

Sensing a great opportunity in the AOI market in Asia, and the fast growth of this sector in India, Delvitech has decided to invest considerably in Bengaluru – India’s Silicon Valley. His visit will coincide with the opening of the India facility and visits to Delvitech’s client base.

With branch offices in the US and Asia and a global distribution and support network, Delvitech will partner with Sanson SM Technologies in Bangalore where it plans to open its next branch office.

Elated by this visit, Mr. Roberto Gatti, CEO and President of Delvitech, says: “I’m delighted to visit India and more importantly meet our clients. This visit, I’m sure, will take our relationship with the industry to the next level. I look forward to meeting all significant players in India and further enhance our business relations.”

India has a favourable Government policy and regulatory support for the electronics & IT industry. According to a study by Assocham and NEC, the electronic goods export during April-August 2020 was US$ 3.15 billion and for the month of August 2020 it was US$ 873.33 million.

For this reason, Delvitech has decided to set up a new important branch office in Bengaluru, with a production facility, demo room, fully equipped warehouse and a strong team of salesmen and application engineers.

According to Mr T.V. Thomas, Head Asia Operations in Delvitech: “The Asian market offers ample opportunity for Delvitech. The Government of India strongly encourages the manufacture and usage of PCBs in the country. Through initiatives such as ‘Make in India’, ‘Digital India,’ etc., the government aims to encourage manufacturers to set up more local plants in the country. This is expected to bring in significant achievement in various end-use industries (automotive, electrical, etc.), thereby creating a positive impact on the overall PCB demand in the region.

India has a favourable Government policy and regulatory support for the electronics & IT industry. According to a study by Assocham and NEC, the electronic goods export during April-August 2020 was US$ 3.15 billion and for the month of August 2020 it was US$ 873.33 million.

According to an EMR study, the Indian printed circuit board (PCB) market attained a value of USD 2.75 billion in 2020, driven by the thriving consumer electronics industry and favourable government initiatives in the region. Aided by the growing demand for miniaturised gadgets and increased digitisation of the medical sector, the market is expected to witness a further growth in the forecast period of 2021-2026, growing at a CAGR of 18%. The market is projected to reach USD 7.45 billion by 2026.

Just recently, Delvitech won the “Best Surface Mount Technology” prize issued by the Times Business Award, India’s largest daily and the Best Automated Optical Inspection Equipment” prize issued by the revered sector specific magazine, Electronics Maker.

About Delvitech SA
Delvitech develops and produces systems for automated optical inspection (AOI) for the electronics market. Using cutting-edge artificial intelligence technology, Delvitech’s AOI systems obtain the best performance possible in terms of detectability programming time and false calls. In the area of R&D, the company has entered a collaboration with Dalle Molle Institute for Artificial Intelligence USI-SUPSI (IDSIA) and Institute for Systems and Applied Electronics (ISEA).
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