U.S. Circuit to Exhibit at 2018 Del Mar Electronics and Manufacturing Show


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U.S. Circuit will be showcasing their manufacturing services at this year’s Del Mar Electronics and Manufacturing Show (DMEMS), May 2-3, 2018 at the Del Mar Fairgrounds in San Diego, California.

The Escondido based PCB fabricator supplies both commercial and military boards, focusing on on-time delivery, superior quality and a high level of customer service.

Mike Fariba, president of U.S. Circuit, stated, "One of our main goals is to maintain a high-level of customer service. We look forward to this event every year as it allows us to connect with many of our local customers, so we can discuss their current and future needs, face to face. The Del Mar show also proves to be a great outlet for networking with potential customers and other local businesses.”

To learn more about U.S. Circuit, visit them at the Del Mar Electronics and Manufacturing Show in Booth #508.

About U.S. Circuit

For over 33 years, U.S. Circuit has been a premier supplier of commercial PCBs and for the past several years a supplier for the military and aerospace market. U.S. Circuit has experienced continued growth in a challenging economy through consistently high performance, on-time delivery, superior quality and an emphasis on the highest level of customer service. U.S. Circuit is proud to be the circuit board manufacturer for more than 400 growing companies.

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