IEC Expands Sales and Service Partnership with Kodak


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International Electronic Components Inc. (IEC) and Kodak are pleased to announce a partnership expansion. IEC has been awarded additional North American sales, service and distribution rights to Kodak PCB film and chemicals in the United States, including North East, Mid-Atlantic, Southeast and Texas. This expansion adds to our legacy territories in Northern California, the Pacific North West, Mountain States and Canada.

For customers, the addition of these territories means an integrated North American service and supply network of tier one products, equipment and services from IEC. This includes over fifty years of proven expertise on the part of IEC in sales, service and supply chain. For IEC, this helps to continue to evolve our North American footprint and solidify over twenty-five years of partnership between IEC and Kodak.

"We're excited to build on our relationship with Kodak and bring world class products and services to new customers and territories," says Shawn Stone, President of IEC. "What we do is industry-leading and we're thrilled at the opportunity to provide an integrated service offering to printed circuit board manufacturers in these territories."

IEC, a leading sales and service provider of consumables used in the printed circuit board market, specializing in chemistry, dry films, copper clad laminates, prepreg materials and equipment. With conversion and warehousing facilities in Santa Clara, Chicago and Toronto, IEC is positioned to provide timely service and supply to these additional territories in partnership with Kodak. Flagship products distributed by IEC include Kodak Silver Film, Dow, Eternal and ITEQ for printed circuit board manufacturers.

"It's exciting for us, too," Tom Brennan of Kodak says. The company is a leading manufacturer of film developed exclusively for printed circuit board applications using advanced techniques developed by Kodak’s century of imaging experience. "We're looking forward to expanding our relationship with IEC - they have proven their ability to service and supply our customers over many years."

IEC would also like to extend its appreciation for the success and legacy support that Electronic Circuit Supplies Inc. has provided customers over the years. We wish to thank Ron Krone and the late Marty Georgia for their service to the industry. They have been great colleagues and friends to our team at IEC.

For more information about IEC, please contact Shawn Stone, president, at shawn.stone@ieccan.com.

For more information about Kodak, please contact Tom Brennan at thomas.brennan@kodak.com.

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