IEC Expands Sales and Service Partnership with ATG


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International Electronic Components Inc. (IEC) and ATG are pleased to announce a partnership expansion. IEC has been awarded additional North American sales, service and distribution rights to ATG equipment in Illinois and Wisconsin.

For customers, the addition of these territories means an integrated North American service and supply network of tier one equipment, products, and services from IEC. “We’re looking forward to expanding our relationship with IEC - they have proven their ability to service and supply our customers over many years,” states Klaus Koziol, Vice President of Sales, Americas, Korea and South East Asia for ATG.

“We are currently serving Wisconsin and Illinois with other products and services and this will add to our growing portfolio for customers,” says Shawn Stone, President of IEC. “We’re excited to continue to grow the North American presence representing ATG and bringing world class equipment to existing and new customers.”

About IEC

IEC is the printed circuit board industry’s longest serving distributor. With over fifty-one years in the PCB industry and extensive American and Canadian coverage, IEC prides itself on creating lasting partnerships to provide leading edge equipment, chemistry, copper clad laminates and imaging products. This expansion adds to legacy IEC ATG distribution territories in Northern California, the Pacific North West, Mountain States and Canada.  

About ATG

ATG, a subsidiary of Xcerra, is the leading supplier of electrical test solutions for the printed circuit board industry. Their mission is to provide reliable, cost-effective testing solutions to their clients.

For more information: www.atg-lm.com

 

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