Frontline PCB Solutions to Rebrand Company


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Frontline PCB Solutions, an Orbotech-Mentor Graphics company and the leading global provider of CAM and engineering software solutions for the PCB industry, today announced the company’s rebrand initiative. 

“The rebrand, including updated corporate and product logos, represents our company’s strategy aiming to provide a complete solution in the industry for the entire process – from the design phase, through preproduction, to manufacturing,” said Yovav Sameah, president of Frontline PCB Solutions. 

“Over the past 20 years, Frontline has been privileged to partner with hundreds of valued and loyal customers, with the objective of helping them make the most of their production processes,” continued Sameah. “With Orbotech and Mentor Graphics as our strategic parents and years of experience, we have built a strong and stable brand associated with high-quality software and long-term partnerships, based on a thorough understanding of the technology and processes involved in bare board creation. Our smart, innovative solutions maximize our customers’ manufacturing efficiency. Redesigned to capture the spirit of the times and represent Frontline in today’s digital media, our new brand reflects Frontline’s ability to provide end-to-end solutions as well as the technological solutions we develop to operate our customers’ devices – smarter, lighter and up to date.” 

Frontline’s new company logo and brand identity are available for viewing at www.frontline-pcb.com. The new brand will become effective on October 26 , 2016.

About Frontline 

Frontline is an Orbotech and Mentor Graphics software company, bringing together the power, knowledge, and stability of two world leaders and creating smart, future-oriented technologies and solutions for the PCB industry. Frontline has a strong track record of success, with more than twenty years’ experience and over 10,000 installations worldwide. Frontline offers its customers a complete preproduction solution, from design to manufacturing, and builds long-term partnerships with customers, offering ongoing training and consulting.

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