The company’s customer support team worldwide has also increased, says Jay Perry, Simco-Ion’s US industrial business unit manager. “This growth gives Simco-Ion an even greater opportunity to study electrostatic problems across even more applications.”
New products are on the way, according to Marketing Manager Kim West. “We’ll soon introduce wireless communication capability, allowing our static control system status data to be viewed by enabled devices such as remote PCs or smart phones.”
Part of Illinois Tool Works, Simco-Ion has offices in Netherlands, Japan, Australia, Hong Kong, Brazil, and China, and headquarters in Hatfield, PA, USA.