Uyemura Expands U.S. Pacific Rim Service Capacity

Uyemura International Corp. appoints Jose Alonzo Garcia as technical service engineer.

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Uyemura International Corp. appoints Jose Alonzo Garcia as technical service engineer for a key territory that includes northern California, Washington and Oregon. The appointment was formalized on May 8 by Uyemura vice president, Don Gudeczauskas.

Garcia’s responsibilities include process troubleshooting, line audits, chemical installations and assisting customers with root cause analysis. 

Garcia holds a Bachelor of Science, Chemical Engineering from San Jose State University. Most recently, he was with Streamline Circuits, a manufacturer of rigid, rigid-flex, and multilayer PCBs, where he applied SPC principles to optimize electroplating processes. In late 2016, Garcia helped qualify a new gold bath in the company’s ENIG line. The new line was TAM-55, an advanced, low-acidity immersion gold that protects the solderability of the electroless nickel in an ENIG deposit.

According to the company, Garcia expresses a special interest in kinetics and reactor design, Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) and environmental management.

For more information, visit uyemura.com.