Accurate Circuit Engineering Appoints Manuel Varela as New Production Manager


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Accurate Circuit Engineering is pleased announce the addition of well skilled, long time professional in the PCB industry, Manuel Varela, to the position of production manager.  In this role, Varela will oversee daily production to ensure ACE continues their long standing commitment of shipping on time, every time.

Highly qualified through a combination of specialized trainings and more than 25 years of experience in the industry, Manuel has long been recognized for accurate projections, performance and ability to meet and exceed production goals.

Vice President Brandon Lowe commented, “Manuel’s extensive knowledge in quick turn prototype PCBs as well as commercial, hybrid, military, defense, aerospace and ITAR compliance gives us full confidence that his addition to our already very knowledgeable team is a great move.“

For more information on Accurate Circuit Engineering’s services please contact them at sales@ace-pcb.com.

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