IEC Announces New Sales Director, ITEQ Laminate Products for North America

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International Electronic Components Inc. is pleased to announce that Mike Muck has joined IEC as the Sales Director, ITEQ laminate products for North America. Mike is based in Southern California and has had a successful career spanning over 25 years serving PCB manufacturing customers with laminate products. He has managed and mentored sales teams and brings to this new role an in-depth knowledge of the industry, products and customers. He previously worked with other leading laminate manufacturing and distribution organizations. Mike will focus on growing the high-end, multi-layer laminate market. The higher layer count boards are ITEQ's sweet spot, and this is where their superior quality will pay dividends for our customers.

“We are pleased to announce Mike will be leading our ITEQ laminate sales for North American customers and are excited about growing our laminate market share. This is a further investment in the next generation of world class sales and service capabilities at IEC”, states Shawn Stone, president of IEC.

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. For more information about IEC please contact Shawn Stone, President.

About ITEQ

ITEQ is an industry leader and professional base material provider for the printed circuit board industry globally.  With over 2,000 employees and five manufacturing sites in Taiwan, Southern China, and East China, ITEQ focuses on performance and cost effectiveness as key drivers to its products.  For more information about ITEQ please contact Rich Pangier, VP North American Sales.


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