Ampel Inc. Acquires Image Circuit Inc.


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Ampel Inc. has acquired Image Circuit Inc., a PCB fabricator based in Elgin, Illinois. Ampel is a 35,000 square-foot PCB fabricator headquartered in Elk Grove Village, Illinois.

Image Circuit’s day-to-day operations are expected to remain the same. The company will also retain its e-mail addresses, phone numbers and fax numbers:

E-mail: sales@imagecircuit.net
Phone: 847-622-3300
Fax: 847-622-2700

All payments and other correspondence should be sent to Image Circuit’s new business address:

Image Circuit Inc.
925 Estes Ave.
Elk Grove Village, Illinois, 60007
www.imagecircuit.net

For more information about Ampel Inc., visit www.ampelinc.com

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