EVS International, the leader in solder recovery, is pleased to announce the expansion of its Service Department to meet the unprecedented global demand for EVS solder recovery systems. The surge in demand comes in response to the recent escalation in solder prices, reaching an all-time high, which has prompted electronics manufacturers worldwide to seek sustainable and cost-effective alternatives for their soldering processes.

Solder has experienced an unprecedented price increase, putting significant strain on businesses relying on traditional soldering methods. In light of these challenges, companies are seeking efficient solutions that not only mitigate rising production costs but also contribute to environmentally conscious practices. EVS solder recovery systems offer a game-changing approach by enabling manufacturers to recycle and reuse solder, reducing waste, and minimizing their overall environmental footprint.

The increased demand for EVS solder recovery systems has led the company to bolster its Service Department with new talent. The company is excited to introduce Reece Sibley as the newest addition to the EVS International team in the capacity of Service Engineer. Reece brings a wealth of experience and expertise, having previously served five years in the navy, where he honed his skills in precision engineering and problem-solving.

“With solder prices at an all-time high, it’s more crucial than ever for electronics manufacturers to embrace sustainable practices,” said Simon Norman, Managing Director at EVS International. “The addition of Reece as a Service Engineer underscores our dedication to providing exceptional support and service to our valued customers worldwide.”

As an integral part of EVS International’s continued growth strategy, the Service Department expansion ensures that customers can access timely technical assistance, preventive maintenance, and seamless integration of EVS solder recovery systems into their production lines.

For more information about EVS International’s industry-leading systems, visit www.solderrecovery.com.