Speedboard Presents Top Supplier Award to NCAB Group UK


Reading time ( words)

Speedboard Assembly Services has presented a top supplier award to NCAB.

The award was presented in recognition of NCAB’s professionalism, their outstanding relationship management, and the extraordinary service they provide to Speedboard.

The NCAB Group is a leading global distributor of printed circuits boards and has been Speedboard’s preferred supplier for over six years. NCAB offer strong purchasing power across the world and have world class expertise in PCB supply. NCAB’s strapline is that they believe they “can offer PCBs on time with zero defects and at the lowest total cost.” These factors are important to Speedboard, along with having a close partnership with NCAB.

Neil Owen, Speedboard’s managing director comments, “The strategic importance of supplier relationships cannot be underestimated. Strong supplier relationships, enhanced by mutual understanding of each other’s business and operating models, can deliver competitive advantages to both parties. I’d like to thank NCAB for their unwavering professionalism. Their commitment to excellence, innovation and collaboration are crucial to our mutual success.”

Howard Goff, NCAB Group UK Ltd’s managing director says: “NCAB is a value-based company, we believe that it is crucial to build strong relationships with the customers we work and interact with. We take a transparent and honest approach which in turn builds honesty, loyalty and trust. We are delighted to receive this award from Speedboard in recognition of our strong partnership.” speedboard.jpg

Left to right: Howard Goff, Managing Director, NCAB Group UK; Ryan Pellow, Sales Director – New Business Development, NCAB Group; Karen Heath, Supply Chain Director, Speedboard Assembly Services; Neil Owen, Managing Director, Speedboard Assembly Services

About Speedboard Assembly Services

Established in 1983, Speedboard Assembly Services is a UK-based contract electronics manufacturer (CEM), serving customers in a variety of sectors, including Industrial, Defence, Medical, Communications, Broadcast and Security. The company offers a broad range of electronic manufacturing services, ranging from traditional build-to-print through to full lifecycle; prototyping, full production, packaging, delivery to end customer, repairs and after sales support.

Speedboard has four SMT lines which, between them, comprise 12 Siemens SiPlace machines, together with a dedicated UV cured conformal coating line. The company also has a selective soldering line and a vapour-phase oven, thus enabling Speedboard to tackle increasingly complex PCBAs (such as double-sided, mixed technology boards) and boards with areas of widely varying thermal mass. Test capabilities include Automatic Optical Inspection (AOI), X-ray, BGA Scope, Boundary-scan, In-Circuit Test (ICT – both flying probe and bed-of-nails), Functional Test and Soak Testing. For more information, please click here.

Share


Suggested Items

The Institute of Circuit Technology Annual Symposium 2018

06/18/2018 | Pete Starkey, I-Connect007
ICT technical director Bill Wilkie is well-known for choosing notable venues for Institute of Circuit Technology events, and his choice for this year’s Annual Symposium was the National Motor Museum, located in the village of Beaulieu in the heart of the New Forest, a national park in the county of Hampshire in Southern England. The region is known for its heathland, forest trails and native ponies.

IPC 6012-DA Revisions: The Approach to Cleanliness, Thickness, Inspection, and Wicking

04/13/2018 | Jan Pedersen, ELMATICA
IPC’s Automotive Addendum task group was started in November 2014 and the first edition of IPC 6012-DA was released in April 2016. We are now working on the revised version, and expect a release in Q2 2018. As standards need to evolve, develop and follow the needs of the industry, this work is continuous.

Conversations on the Floor: IPC APEX EXPO 2018

04/11/2018 | Steve Williams, The Right Approach Consulting LLC
This year’s show was one of the best in recent history, both in attendance and enthusiasm. The exhibit floor was sold out, and every single person I talked to was extremely optimistic about business in 2018. What follows are a series of observations and excerpts from conversations I had with some of the most interesting people I met.



Copyright © 2018 I-Connect007. All rights reserved.