Coast to Coast Circuits Resumes Production in Rochester, NY Facility


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Coast to Coast Circuits is pleased to announce that their facility in Rochester, New York has resumed manufacturing operations as of July 2017. In November of 2016, Coast to Coast announced the temporary closure of the New York site to perform a variety of upgrades.

Ed Porter, president of Coast to Coast Circuits stated, “Although renovations are still in progress, we are making great strides toward improving the facility on a day-to-day basis. Our team in NY has worked tirelessly to accommodate our remodeling effort and are excited to bring capacity back on-line. Restoring operations in NY, combined with the ongoing operations in CA, provides our customers with a broad range of advanced capabilities and strengthens our offering in the diverse North American marketplace. We continue to maintain a sharp focus on quality, performance, and the service-levels necessary to support our customers with the development of their programs and individual PCB designs. Furthermore, we are grateful for the continued loyalty and support from our combined customer-base and remain committed to drive improvements at both locations.”

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