San Diego Company Revolutionizes the Old Way of Buying Industrial Furnaces

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Contact:
Ken Kuang
(858) 558-6666
kkuang@torreyhillstech.com

(SAN DIEGO, C.A., October 10, 2006) -- Torrey Hills Technologies, LLC announced today in San Diego, Calif. a pioneering method for purchasing industrial furnaces through its newly launched sales division BeltFurnaces.com. Customers can now use the same easy steps as buying a computer to get 2,000-pound industrial furnaces. Other benefits include extra low prices and super fast delivery.

“The initial responses from our clients are very positive,” said company President Ken Kuang. “They are thrilled by the advantages this ground-breaking approach promises to bring about.”

Partnering with the topnotch Chinese electronics applications belt furnace manufacturer, the company markets standardized products, a first in the industry, with limited options for customization. Its website, www.BeltFurnaces.com, simplifies the complicated industrial furnace purchase process into three easy steps: “choose a basic model”, “add the appropriate options”, and “obtain quotes”. Potential buyers thus come into possession of all the pricing, specification, and delivery information even before they talk to a sales representative.

More importantly, standardization allows the company to offer prices up to 60% lower than the market price, as well as a short lead time of 2 to 3 weeks between order and delivery. Kuang said that by cutting cost on first-rate industrial furnaces, “our customers will be able to turn out products of the highest quality at the most competitive price in their markets.”

Torrey Hills Technologies, LLC, a company of G Tech Systems Group Inc., is based in San Diego, Calif. The company manufactures and markets high quality low cost microelectronics packaging raw materials, components and manufacturing equipment. Its mission is to help US based companies lower manufacturing cost and improve profitability. The latest equipment offerings for the US market include plating racks, belt furnaces, laminators and three roll mills.

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