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Rite Track extends availability of parts for SVG 9X tracks

11 February 2010 | By Mark Osborne | News > Lithography

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“Over the last two months, we have made great progress assessing and cataloging the 9X tracks from NXP Fishkill,” noted Brad Yano, Rite Track’s Global Spare Parts Manager & Director of Customer Support. “This acquisition allows us to continue to provide the unparalleled parts support that our growing 9X customer base expects. As an added bonus, we now can offer great values on tested & certified pre-owned parts as well as several of the best, stock 90-S track systems,”

Rite Track will offer some of the remaining 90-S systems as ‘Certified’ with installation and full warranty support.

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