Glasgow tech firm steps up to new demands
GLASGOW-BASED company PCB equipment manufacturer Rainbow Technology Systems (RTS) has started 2013 in a strong position with the announcement that it plans to double its production space to 1200 square metres.
RTS is the company behind a new process for PCBmanufacture, which is more cost-effective, quicker and greener than traditional methods – the Rainbow System.
During 2012 the company made new appointments in sales, marketing, engineering and production. RTS has also exhibited at several leading trade shows and exhibitions across the world, most recently in Shenzhen in southern China, as well as forming strategic alliances with key industry companies such as 3M and WKK.
Jonathan Kennett, founder and CEOof Rainbow, said: “Theresponse we are getting from the electronics manufacturing sector is fantastic. Manufacturers are telling uswehave a process which represents a step change in the way PCBs are made. The equipment is now undergoing beta testing and we are following up the numerous sales enquiries we have from across the world.”
He added: “This has given us the confidence to expand our headquarters building in Glasgow. We have taken over an additional 600 sq m, which will be used primarily for production of the Rainbow System.
During the past year we have also doubled our headcount and we now have a superb sales, marketing, engineering and production team ready to satisfy the market demand.
“In addition we in the process of renewing our website and corporate branding to make it easier for customers to do business with us.”