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Riley Surface World Announces Baker Technology New USA partner

BTA markets its products throughout the USA and Canada; primarily used manual and automatic electroplating lines, automated wet processing systems and DC rectifiers.
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Riley Surface World has announced that Baker Technology Associates will become the principle trading partner for its used equipment in North America.

Michael Riley, managing director of RSW and Neil Baker, president of BTA reached an agreement during the SUR/FIN 2015 exhibition in Chicago.

BTA markets its products throughout the USA and Canada. They are primarily used manual and automatic electroplating lines, automated wet processing systems and DC rectifiers.

The company works extensively in the automotive, aerospace and PCB industries and has the ability to re-configure process plants for new applications.

RSW also deals in used plating and coating process lines. In addition, it carries large stocks of ancillary equipment, including polishing, cleaning and shot blasting machines; ovens, furnaces and dust extraction systems.

Both companies view the new arrangement as having great synergy, as RSW has considerable market penetration throughout Europe, complementing BTA’s market dominance in North America.

‘We are thrilled to have a North American partner with more than 40 years of experience in the surface finishing industry," Riley says. "BTA has a detailed understanding of European manufactured metal finishing equipment and can actively deal with North American clients from within their shores and time zones.’

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